You won’t have to go back to the drawing board to get a new appointment card for a long time, thanks to a new initiative that’s allowing you to buy and redeem your appointment cards online.
The idea is that this will make it easier to make payments on your existing appointments, as well as your future ones.
A new app, Namaste, allows users to register a business card, which is linked to their account.
They then need to enter in their email address and the business card number and the payment is made online, either via PayPal or credit card.
When you go to the online portal, you will then be prompted to enter the phone number of the business, and you will need to provide the phone for the time being.
Once your card is activated, you can then pay for your appointments via PayPal and pay your bills using your personal card.
This is where things get interesting, as Namaste can only be used by people who are already in a business relationship with the cardholder.
This means that your payments will need be made using your existing contact details, and the number of appointments you have booked will need a minimum of 20.
The app has two options to choose from: the ‘gold’ option, which costs $20; and the ‘silver’ option which costs a few cents.
For the time, Namaste has only been available to those in India, and in that respect the app is only available in Samara.
However, the project is aiming to expand beyond that region in the near future, and it is planning to open a partnership with a large travel agent in Dubai in the future.
Namaste’s app also features a feature that allows users, after making a payment, to see if the card was activated by the end of the billing period.
If it was, they will be able then redeem their card for another appointment.
Namasties ability to be used on a payment plan is interesting, since the payment plan will be a part of the payment, and not just a feature.
If the payments aren’t made within the billing cycle, the account will be charged for the balance over the term of the plan.
It is possible that this feature could become a ‘discount’ to those who don’t want to use a payment provider for their business cards, but it is a step in the right direction.
The Namaste app is available to download from the App Store, Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.
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The mobile payments community has a big appetite for a new brand, and that’s what Namaste is hoping to achieve with this app.
The ‘naming’ feature is a simple way to identify a particular band, movie or game, and allows users from the ‘nomastie’ app to have a conversation with each other, and decide what they want to call the app.
This allows users in different regions to get to know each other.
Namasties tag team is also looking at launching a new app for the smartphone, but no details have been shared about that at the moment.
NAMASTIE has already started working on the mobile payment app, and will be launching the ‘Namasteries’ app in India later this month.