Going high tech: Janata Sahakari Bank launches “Jet Pay”

In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of creating digital India, the leading Urban Cooperative Bank Janata Sahakari Bank Pune has recently launched the application called “Jet Pay” which is based on latest technology of Unified Payments Interface (UPI).

The application launching ceremony was held in Pune and was inaugurated on the hands of Dr. N S Umrani, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU). Bank Chairman Sanjay Lele, CEO Jayant Kakatkar, board members and others were also present during ceremony.

While addressing the gathering, Umrani said “Today Janata Sahakari Bank Pune has made it possible for their customers to exchange money easily through ‘Jet Pay’ application and urged to adopt modern technology in the banking activities to compete with other players in market”, he said.

The social media handle of Janata Sahakari Bank Pune has shared the news and wrote “The Janata Bank’s ‘Jet Pay’ app has become available to everyone from today on wards, the news of the event has been published on MTB, where it can be downloaded from the ‘app’, details of the ‘app’ feature is given below. You must read this news and share it with as much as possible”.

Jet Pay app can be easily available on the Google Play Store. This application provides Money Transfer, Balance Enquiry, Scan & Pay from UPI Mobile Application.

It also allows any bank customers to send or collect money in a simple and secured way. By adding accounts of different banks, customers can manage multiple accounts in Jet Pay.

It allows transaction in different modes like Using Virtual Payment Address, Account id and IFSC, Mobile No and MMID. Jetpay allows creating QR code of VPA or the amount to be taken from sender.

Janata Sahakari Bank was established on 18th October 1949 and during the last financial year had the total deposit of Rs 8472.36 crore and a membership of 1,71,554. The Bank has earned a handsome profit of Rs 36 crore in the last FY.

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