This development is significant because Amazon Pay is actively looking to increase the number of services it offers. Amazon India already has tie-ups with a range of merchants across verticals such as Redbus (bus tickets), Abhibus (bus tickets), Faasos (food ordering), Box 8 (food ordering), Haptik (chatbot platform), and Komparify (phone recharge and comparison platform) among several others. In October last year, Amazon India partnered with BookMyShow to allow users to use Amazon Pay for booking tickets via BookMyShow.In October 2017, Amazon had infused an additional Rs 260 crore into its the digital wallet service Amazon Pay. Previously, it had invested Rs 130 crore into Amazon Pay in July, and had infused Rs 67 crore in May 2017. Recently, Amazon Pay also increased its share capital by five times from Rs 400 crore to Rs 2000 crore. The authorised share capital is the number of stock units that a company can issue and is often not fully utilised by it in order to leave room for future issuance of additional stock in case the company needs to raise capital quickly.