Online Payment Options & Processing Companies in Nepal

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Online payment in Nepal
Online payment in Nepal

Time has changed, so is ours. We no more need international payment mechanisms and merchants to  purchase online. There are few, but enough for the time being, online payment processing companies in Nepal which allow you to pay your bills online, without any processing fees in most of the cases.

Most of them allow us to send and receive money online, buy air tickets, pay utility bills, purchase mobile recharge cards, pay school college bills, internet bills, subscribe newspapers and magazines online; and afterall link you paypal or credit card with these services. Let’s learn more about online payment options in Nepal.

eSewa Nepal Logo
eSewa Nepal Logo

eSewa Nepal: Claims to be the first Nepalese online payment gateway. They have a nice getting started article however it seems incomplete but FAQs page is good to start with. Some merchants and stores where you can pay using eSewa account include Yeti airlines, Buddha air, QFX cinemas,  bhatbhatenionline.com, giftmandu.com, harilo.com and so on. They have linked up with as much as 15 Nepalese banks so you might want to sign up and start using eSewa today.

eSewa is developed by F1 Soft in Kathmandu and verified by VeriSign authentication services.

PayWay: Merchant payment gateway in Nepal. They have linked up services with PayPal, AlertPay, SCT, D-Sys and other Nepalese banks. Online payment is accepted via PayPal, Master Card, Visa Card, MoneyBrookers, and other various payment gateways. They charge a small processing fees in most of the payment processes unless it is money transfer between/among PayWay users.

PayWay is developed by Young Minds in Kathmandu and site encryption services provided by Comodo.

Yoogal Business Technology:  Operating under the Incentive Group of Companies, Yoogal Business Technology is a leading IT and payment processing company. (More about the YBT company in our ICT Organizations in Nepal page) They represent Ideation Technology Inc, Kolkata, India and e-Protea Malaysia, the company works in the field of software development for Government agencies in Nepal and payment processing solutions to export companies and service providers throughout Nepal. Not much information regarding how YBT deals in online payment is known to us other than their direct payment processing services w/ customer companies.

Share your views regarding how online payment can be made feasible in Nepal? To learn more about IT Companies in Nepal, read this article.

Online payment image source: wrightslandscape.net

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15 Comments
  1. Rohit says

    Hi, I would like to know how effective is TechSansar.com in case of small business.
    I am from IT Industry were in I am leading two companies based in India (about to start a company in Nepal as well). My company deals with customers from USA and UK.
    My concern is to receive payment from USA UK to India and Nepal, this will be the customers payment made to us in return to product and services provided.
    My question here is
    1. Can you process payments from our customers (from USA and UK) for any variable amount per day
    2. If Yes, can you suggest me the procedure to get enrolled with you?
    3. What about the security and privacy in connection to use of cr/dr card over the internet
    My major chase is for reliable, continuous and safe gateway which I can use in my website.

    1. Team TechSansar.com says

      Online payment in Nepal is still an issue, while in India PayPal operates. But in Nepal, we have to reply on 3rd party services to either wire transfer of use PayPal in clumsy way.

      Q1. As of now, variable amount of payment per day from online eCommerce website has not been fixed. Maybe central bank is unaware or maybe we don’t know about this.
      Q2. We are happy to work with you. Drop us words from (Home > Ask) contact form.
      Q3. This is what technology has to deploy, we do rely on secure socket layer and double layer of authentication.

      Thank you.

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  3. Ramesh Bhujel says

    Is there an easier way to go online banking and then to Internet payment options like, int’l card (credit or debit)?? Which bank provides such facilities in Nepal?

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  6. padam bk says

    nabil bank, himalyan bank and standard chartered along with alpine card service accepts the credit card in nepal, but they have nothing in online, specially himalayan bank, their card service people are really boring, they know nothing and they act like that are the king of himalyan bank, they won’t listen you and they are always busy, if you make them listen, you can make an agreement with them then get the machine, call your customer and collect credit cards to receive the payment, most of travel trekking companies collects the amount in that way in Nepal.

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  8. Keshab says

    have a look at http://www.ipay.com.np for online transaction on nepal

  9. viju says

    My concern is to receive payment from USA UK to India and Nepal, this will be the customers payment made to us in return to product and services provided.
    My question here is
    1. Can you process payments from our customers (from USA and UK) for any variable amount per day
    2. If Yes, can you suggest me the procedure to get enrolled with you?
    3. What about the security and privacy in connection to use of cr/dr card over the internet
    My major chase is for reliable, continuous and safe gateway which I can use in my website.

  10. Alok says

    My question is as of now Is there any direct payment gateway which can be bought for one company like in India and other countries or we have to rely on other third party integration for the payment in ecommerce in nepal?

    1. Akkhaa says

      Sure…You can use eSewa

  11. Anjit says

    Nowadays we have lots of payment gateways. I came across SCT MoCo mobile application which directly links with mobile app with the bank. so there is direct transaction rather than being mediator.
    http://www.moco.com.np

    1. Akkhaa says

      I think ..moco is the one best way to pay but…we have to be aware of some security issue ..coz you have to give your debit card detail to third party like moco is risky…

  12. Basanta Kumar Dhakal says

    As you began the article with the phrase ‘Time has changed’, yes it has changed.

    It’s already 2018. Digital wallets have seen a lot of changes since you wrote this article.

    It saw GBG award-winning digital wallet like Khalti that also became internet sensation recently.

    QPay and IME pay are emerging as amazing payment service providers, especially focusing on B2C.

    Digital wallets and other online payment solutions have started providing varieties of bill payment services too, ranging from electricity bill payments to water bill payments, school fees to grocery purchases.

    Payway is no longer in the market, and possibly Yoogal too.

    So, it would be better if you could make some changes in the article so that techsansar readers would get updated insights about payment gateways in Nepal. (I’m saying this because your article still comes at the top on google searches, and an old article on technology might mislead the readers.)

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