Mumbai: ZEE5, India’s fastest growing OTT platform announces its association with Amazon Pay. With this partnership, customers can now experience a one-click purchase using Amazon Pay and avail exclusive cashback up to Rs. 200/- on paying for their ZEE5 subscription.
Manish Aggarwal, Business Head, ZEE5 India said, “This partnership with Amazon Pay helps us reach the right audience. Amazon Pay, today, is the go-to gateway for digital audiences across the country. With this offer, ZEE5 premium content will be accessible to a wider and new set of audience. The convenience that this mode of payment offers, is unparalleled. Theassociation will strengthen our reach, while allowing Amazon Pay to offer their customers the entire repertoire of ZEE5 premium content atan extremely competitiveprice point.”
Commenting on the partnership, Manesh Mahatme, Director – Acceptance and Merchant Payments,Amazon Pay India said, “Our focus is to make Amazon Pay the most trusted, convenient and rewarding choice for customers paying digitally. We understand our customers’ needs and continuously seek to enhance their payment experience across platforms they frequently use. We are happy to partner with ZEE5 to extend the trusted and convenient Amazon Pay experience for customers on their unparalleled range of content.”
The vision of Amazon Pay is to be the most trusted and convenient payment experience for customers, sellers and merchants. With Amazon pay, customers can go cashless and enjoy fast and easy checkouts, quicker refunds coupled with a secured shopping experience. With no additional authentications required, customers get the benefit of ‘one-click’ payments with a faster and smoother check out process. Additionally, through Amazon Pay, customers can receive refunds faster than refunds to their bank accounts or credit cards. They can also view the details of balance transactions using an online statement. This statement provides a consolidated summary of all gift card credits and debits transactions such as balance added, promotional credits, balance expiry and redemption.