Launched: A Desi Card For Commuters

By Sanesh Mathew | March 6, 2019

The National Common Mobility Card ensures seamless travel across the country for commuters. Read on to learn more about this made-in-India card. 

Launched: A Desi Card For Commuters

PM Modi launched the National Common Mobility Card (NCMC), better known as One Nation One Card, on Monday, the 4th of March after he inaugurated the new metro train service in Ahmedabad. This made-in-India transport card aims to ease urban mobility across the country by allowing holders to pay for tolls, parking, metro transits, railways and bus travels. Apart from this, cardholders can also make retail shopping payments as well as withdraw cash.

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This Common Mobility Card runs on the RuPay debit/credit/pre-paid platform and will be available with more than 25 banks across the country. You can expect great offers such as cashback on payments made via this card too. As of now, only a few other countries have the ‘One Nation One Card’ technology in place, and with the launch of this card, India too has jumped on the bandwagon.

Additional Reading: Cashless, Paperless Could Make India An Efficient Economy: Amitabh Kant

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About Sanesh Mathew

A talkative sleepyhead, Sanesh, enjoys watching horror movies, listening to music, reading all things related to personal finance and wandering aimlessly (walking meditation, he calls it!). He refers to himself as a 'simple human being with a rather chaotic mind'.

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