How to load fund or balance in my esewa account?


I am trying to use esewa but can't understand how to use it? Can anybody explain me please?

asked 13 Nov '17, 12:44

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Hello prabin-rai

In order to pay bills using esewa first you have to have balance in your esewa account. In order to load balance in your esewa account, you can visit any esewa partnered bank. Visit/click on this link to view these banks. Some of them are Ace Development Bank, Global IME Bank, Nabil Bank, Citizen Bank, Everest Bank, Kumari Bank, Kist Bank, NMB Bank, Sunrise Bank, Siddhartha Development Bank, and more. Like fund deposit in your bank account you have to deposit fund in esewa account from these banks. But this method is tedious as well since you have to visit banks.

I am using esewa as well and has been really helpful. But I don't like to visit banks. So to avoid visiting banks to load balance in my esewa account, I have subscribed/activated SMS banking from my bank which cost me around 300 NRS yearly. I use this sms banking to load balance in esewa account. That way I now no need to visit any banks and also have sms as well as internet banking. I now can pay bills or recharge my phone using sms as well as internet through home.

Still if there's any confusion, don't hesitate to comment me.

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answered 13 Nov '17, 12:59

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Awesome... Thanks mani-rai... This can save lot of money and time yearly... thanks again

(13 Nov '17, 13:01) prabin-rai
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