Paytm New Facility: Paytm launched this new facility! Passengers will be able to see live train status on the app


Train Live Status: Paytm, a big company that has contributed to India’s digital payment, has decided to give a new facility to its users. One97, the owner of Paytm, has started a new facility for railway passengers. Now passengers will be able to easily see the live status of their train on the Paytm app (Train Live Status on Paytm). With this, the passengers will get the information about the train being late in advance and they will not have to wait for a long time at the railway station.

Along with knowing the live location of the train, on the Paytm app, passengers will get to know the line location of the train as well as on which platform of the boarding station the train will stop. Along with this, passengers will be able to order food in the train and get any other railway related assistance through Paytm App.

The app has provided customer service in a total of 10 languages ​​for the convenience of its users. It includes many languages ​​like Hindi, English, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Punjabi, Odia, Bangla, Telugu etc. On booking railway tickets through this app, female passengers after the age of 45 and male passengers after the age of 60 years can get the facility of lower berth.

Paytm is giving the facility of ‘Postpaid’
Along with this, Paytm also gives the facility of postpaid payment to its customers. If you do not have money while booking tickets then there is no need to worry. You can easily book tickets through Paytm Postpaid facility i.e. ‘Book Now Pay Later’. Under this scheme, now passengers will get 30 days time to deposit money after booking tickets.

How to book railway ticket on Paytm-

  • To book railway tickets on Paytm, first you go to the website of IRCTC.
  • Next, fill the ticket details by login to the account.
  • Then on the payment option click on Paytm Postpaid.
  • Next enter the OTP after login on Paytm.
  • After this your ticket will be booked through ‘Book Now, Pay Later’.