Free Drop Boxes at Metro Stations for Cheque
Commuters of the Delhi Metro can pay theeir telephone, power and credit card bills at the Metro stations.
In an effort to provide greater convenience to Metro passengers, drop boxes have been installed at stations in which cheques for payment of landline, mobile, power, credit card, insurance and on-line services can be deposited from 30th March 2008. In addition, clearing of cheques of certain banks can be done and donations made using the service.
The service is available free of charge to Metro commuters. Initially, the boxes have been set up in the paid areas of 30 Metro stations including Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate, Dwarka, Janakpuri (East and West), Rohini (East and West), Shastri Park, Central Secretariat and Vishwavidyalaya.
The companies whose bills can be paid through the drop boxes are MTNL, Tata Indicom, Airtel, Reliance (for landline), BYPL, BRPL, NDPL (power), Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, Reliance, Tata Indicom, Dolphin, Garuda (mobile), Barclays, Deutsche Bank, SCB, ABN-Amro, HSBC, ICICI, Citibank, BOB, SBI, AMEX, HDFC, Bank of Rajasthan, GE Cash Card,ZIP Cash (credit cards), ING Vysya, IndusInd (bank clearing), ICICI Prudential, HDFC Standard Life, Tata AIG (insurance), Indiatimes.com, Bharatmatrimony.com, Shaadi.com (on-line services), CRY, Express Citizens Relief Fund, Times Foundation (donations).