Easypaisa Launches QR-based Cashless Payments for Universities in Pakistan

Easypaisa, Pakistan’s first digital payments platform launches “Easypaisa QR” the first of its kind cashless payment system – in more than 137 educational institutes across Pakistan.

Some of the prominent universities where the Easypaisa QR payments systems have been successfully deployed are Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), National University of Science & Technology (NUST), FAST National University, Karachi University & Punjab Group of Colleges.

With this, Easypaisa aims to be a part of youth’s lifestyle by changing their conventional payment methods to digital and by giving the youth of Pakistan convenience in carrying out their everyday financial transactions.

Easypaisa QR not only permits students with convenience of their payments in this digital age, but also rewards them with amazing discounts.

On this introduction of Easypaisa QR Payments, Shahid Mustafa, President & CEO of Telenor Microfinance Bank says:

At Telenor Microfinance Bank, it has always been our aim to extend formal financial services to every Pakistani. By offering QR payments via our app, at universities and colleges around the country, we are delivering on our commitment to bring greater ease and access to our customers. This is another step in making it simpler and more convenient for the vast majority of Pakistanis to manage their financial needs.

Easypaisa wants to take Pakistan into the future of financial technology and aims to keep the youth of this country at the center of this financial revolution.

Taking this vision forward, we at Easypaisa work tirelessly to raise the living standards of every Pakistani by bringing innovative services and products resulting in an empowered Pakistan.


  • It must be applied All School Collage & Private Coaching Center Hospital Banks Etc

  • Sidra Hashim

    No need for foreign owned companies to try to penetrate our universities and colleges. Everywhere in the world local companies and local entrepreneurs are promoted except Pakistan.

    Why can’t a locally owned pakistani bank be encouraged??? Why do we need foreigners in this business.

    #PakistanFirst

    • SBP Have Old Ages Staff including in all banking sectors all Senior are approx 40 Plus Ages they can’t think about it.
      SBP / Banks never asked the people to advise us how we can make Digital Pakistan & even i have a portfolio but i don’t have any platform to express my ideas.
      that’s a reason behind the foreign investor are involved in all matters.