KalPay and Foodpanda Partner to Facilitate Riders to Purchase Smartphones via ‘Buy Now and Pay Later’ Service

Foodpanda and KalPay have partnered to make it easier for their passengers to acquire the newest smartphones through KalPay’s Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) service, which is compliant with Shariah.
This partnership will guarantee that the riders have the right smartphones to easily navigate and use the application

Speaking about the partnership, Farhan Khan, Director of Operations at foodpanda Pakistan, said, “Our riders are our driving force and we at foodpanda continue to facilitate them as much as we can.”

“The partnership will empower our riders to purchase smartphones of choice on easy monthly installments using KalPay’s Shariah-aligned smartphone financing facility. A well-functioning smartphone is always instrumental in bringing efficiency to the delivery process,” he added.
Waleed Amjad Islam, COO & Co-Founder of KalPay added, “This partnership further propels KalPay in our commitment to empowering people, especially those in the gig economy. We hope to enable riders by helping them upgrade their productive assets through easily accessible Shariah Aligned smartphone financing.”

This initiative demonstrates foodpanda’s dedication to using KalPay to improve the overall experience for its riders.

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