Mumbaiites can soon buy Metro tickets using smartphoneLast updated on Jul 27, 2017, 10:32 pm
In order to make travelling easier for commuters, Mumbai Metro One will bring in mobile ticketing system from next month.
Instead of joining long queues, Mumbaiites can buy the ticket/monthly passes on Mumbai Metro app.
On paying digitally, a QR code gets generated. The commuters can gain access entry to platform by getting the code scanned.
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