Offering a host of benefits, the Bajaj Finserv Wallet app isn’t just a smart way to pay, but also a digital EMI Network Card. Here, you get all the functions of a wallet, like instant bill payments, ticket bookings, deals and offers, along with the ability to access your EMI Network Card digitally, and pay for all your purchases with interest-free EMIs.
Our exclusive Insta Credit feature enables EMI Network Card customers to transfer an amount of Rs. 5,000 from their EMI Network Card to their Wallet. This amount can then be used to transact at over 1 million online and offline MobiKwik merchant stores, for any purchase in single or multiple transactions amounting to Rs. 5,000.
Access your EMI Network Card digitally, by tracking your loan-related details online, and transacting securely with interest-free EMIs on your purchases.
The Wallets app is accepted at over 2 million stores across the Mobikwik merchant network. So, you can pay your bills, book tickets, and collect payments easily and seamlessly, at the touch of a button.
The Bajaj Finserv Wallet can be used as a debit and credit facility wallet, adding to your convenience.
Get a full view of your card details as well as previous transactions, all in one window.
Bajaj Finserv customers can get exclusive deals and offers along with the details of partner stores near them.
Get access to dealers and store outlets, and a robust search engine for products and brands tailored to your location and preferences.
Get added security against fraud if your physical EMI Network Card is stolen, with easy ways to block or unblock your card.
In order to access your digital EMI Card on the Bajaj Finserv Wallets app, you need to follow these simple steps:
Download the Wallets app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
Install the app and enter your mobile number registered with Bajaj Finserv.
Enter the One-time Password (OTP) which will be sent to your mobile number.
Post OTP verification, click the ‘Know More’ button.
Enter your date of birth, as registered with Bajaj Finserv.