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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has banned the use of denominations Rs. 500 or Rs. 1,000 in India in a historic decision to curb black money and rising corruption. Here are some apps to use in a cashless India.
Even though debit cards come handy there are Ola and Uber mobile apps. These online travel booking services can make life easy if you don't have enough cash to travel. OLA also has OLA money which can used to pay for OLA rides and also other vendors like Dominos.
Buying Daily Groceries
Buy grocery has become a pain as as no one is quite willing to accept Rs. 500 or Rs. 1,000 cash. In this regard Bigbasket, Grofers and other apps are useful in buying groceries and all the other stuff to run the daily livelihood. They deliver at doorstep within hardly some 2-3 hours time. The user can directly link their debit card and make online payment for the stuff they buy. Be it fruits, veggies, milk, poultry, these apps can deliver everything.
Well, one should always avoid paying bills with cash, standing in long queues, when you can do it online at just a few clicks. PayTM, Freecharge and there are several other online apps are there which are useful in paying any bills be it DTH, the internet or any other.
Well, you don't need cash to buy yourself your favorite food. Apps like UtraCash, Swiggy and Foodpanda can help in this regard. One needs to do is select restaurants and pay using these wallets. The users need not transfer money to the wallet, and can directly link their card, and the money will be debited directly from the card.
BookMyShow and other apps are there which doesn't require you to have cash to book a movie ticket or any event that is happening in your city. You can click on the tickets you want to book tickets for and directly link it to your debit card. Here, go have some fun, and yes, you surely need to cash to travel to the spot.