Scan Fonepay QR through Khalti and get a chance to win exciting prizes


With the new Khalti “Scan ma Offer”, you can now ride your way to a TVS Ntorq, One Plus Nord, and Rs. 5,000 cash. This campaign includes a bumper prize of a TVS Ntorq scooter for one of its wallet user and one merchant, a weekly prize of a One Plus Nord N100 smartphone for two wallet users and two Fonepay merchants, and a daily prize of Rs. 5,000 cash for one lucky winner among Khalti users who scan and pay Fonepay QR from its app.

How to Participate?

To participate in this offer, users just need to scan and pay from Khalti to Fonepay QR and Fonepay merchants need to accept payment. This offer is valid from Fagun 26, 2078 to Baishakh 10, 2079.

“We aim to enable existing and upcoming users to enjoy seamless payments in any QR of the country with a range of attractive gifts and incentives”. – Binay Khadka, Chief Executive Officer of Khalti


Bumper PrizeTVS Ntorq 125Khalti User – 1 Winner
Fonepay QR Merchant – 1 winner
Weekly PrizeOne Plus Nord N100User – 2 Winner
Fonepay QR Merchant – 2 winner
Daily PrizeRs. 5000 Khalti BalanceUser – 1 Winner

Many consumers have found the recently launched Fonepay QR service in Khalti to be a convenient medium. With this partnership, users can download its app and simply scan all of the QRs in the nation, whether they are in restaurants, stores, malls, cinemas, or anyplace else.

Also Read: Apply these Promo Codes in Khalti to get discounts

About Khalti


It is a Nepali online payment service that was launched in January 2017. In Nepal’s fintech market, it has established itself as a young, popular, and innovative brand. Users can use it to pay for a variety of services, including basic energy bills, hotel reservations, movie and domestic airline tickets, events, and more. Sparrow Pay Pvt. Ltd. operates and owns it. It also offers its consumers numerous rebates and discounts in order to assist them to save time and money. Their mission is to make people’s lives easier by delivering financial inclusion to everyone in Nepal and transforming the payment sector from offline to online using best practices.


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