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Top Fintech Companies in India

AeronPay :

AeronPay is a Digital Payment Gateway Service provider that enables a safe and secure transaction. AeronPay provides Bill Payments Services and Financial Services for Indian Retailers and Customers. The company is on a mission to bring Digital Payment Technology to Millions of Indian Offline Retailers and customers which includes the mainstream economy through utility payments and financial services.

Key Features of AeronPay Payment Gateway are:

1. No Charges On Add Money from a Credit Card.

2. It gives you real Cashback.

3. UPI Payments.

4. 50+ Services Available.

5. You Can Buy Digital Gold & Silver With AeronPay.

6. Full Stack Payment Sevices.

7. They Have Physical As well As Virtual Prepaid cards.

8. Simple User Interface.


Paytm - India’s mobile e-commerce website is an ultimate destination for prompt Online Recharge, DTH, Data Card & Metro Card Recharge, and Mobile Bill Payment for Airtel, BSNL, Idea, MTNL, Vodafone & other operators for all the circles across India.


PhonePe is an Indian digital payment and financial technology company. PhonePe app, based on the Unified Payments Interface (UPI). Using PhonePe, users can send and receive money, recharge mobile, DTH, and data cards, make utility payments, pay at shops, invest in tax-saving funds, and liquid funds, and buy insurance, mutual funds, gold, and silver.


Bill payments or recharges instantly with MobiKwik. With money loaded in the MobiKwik wallet, it takes seconds to do your mobile recharge, data plan or DTH recharges! MobiKwik covers all the... (More)

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Google's playbook for startups on how to sail through the covid-19 crisis

Indian startups need to reset their work, reassess and reimagine their business as they navigate through the coronavirus crisis, according to a new playbook for the startup community by Google.

The pandemic has caused massive disruptions, and startups, in particular, have been hit hard since they operate with lean teams and resources and have far less cushion than a scaled enterprise.

To support startups, tech giant Google that runs its own Google for Startups Accelerator (GSF) programme, has launched a playbook on how startups can emerge strong from the covid crisis. The playbook contains inputs from venture capital firms, startups and mentors to bring informed and actionable advice from across the ecosystem to young businesses and their leaders, as they navigate their way through this Black Swan event.