Paytm Mall has rolled out its own apps on iOS and Android platforms. The firm claims that the move was specifically for festive season of this year. The fresh Paytm Mall will work similar to the original app of Paytm sporting more than 15,000 brand-authorized retailers trading more than 65 Million goods along with 1,000 brand stores. Users can browse for their favorite items on the app of Paytm Mall and the deliveries will be carried out to their doorsteps by the domestic authorized brand associates.
The Paytm Mall includes a plethora of brands comprising electronic majors such as Samsung, Apple, Oppo, LG, HP, Sony, JBL, Lenovo, Philips; and fashion lineup brands such as Allen Solly, Puma, Pepe, Lee, Vero Moda, Levi’s, Woodland, Van Heusen, Sketchers, Catwalk, Crocs, Red Tape, and Fossil among others. The users can also search the close by location of the brand-authorized shopkeepers and retailers that can give the goods as fast relying upon the nearness of the destination.
In line with the huge rollout of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India, Paytm Mall allows businesses and customers given in their GSTIN number while giving an order, and get the needed data on their individual bills, which can be later utilized to claim individual tax credits. This will also simplify the need of branded and high-quality products in small towns where the outlets of brand are in scant and slowly get rid of the dominance of duplicate and fake products. Paytm says that it has the ability to serve almost 19,000 PIN codes, guarantying the warranty, safety, servicing, and installation of the product.
On a similar note, senior managers of Alibaba have made an entry to the panel of Paytm Mall, according to reports from Registrar of Companies as well as from the sources. The senior mangers comprise director and president of the company, J Michael Evans; Joseph Tsai, the vice-chairman of the online behemoth; and director and CEO of the company, Daniel Zhang. These top executives are also the panel members of Alibaba indicating the importance of being credited to India by the Internet giant of China.