WhatsApp Payments is one of the newer players in the UPI payments space. There is a new attractive offer from WhatsApp Payments to attract more users to the service. You can get cashback up to ₹105 by sending a minimum of 1 rupee to 3 users using WhatsApp. As you might know, WhatsApp is owned by Facebook (Meta) and this is the latest attempt by the company to win UPI users.
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With the advent of UPI payments in India, and with apps like Google Pay and PhonePe, transferring money between bank accounts have become incredibly easy. Joining these apps now is WhatsApp, one of India’s most popular instant messaging apps, integrating UPI payments directly into the chat interface. It started testing the payments service back in 2018.
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WhatsApp started rolling out WhatsApp Payments, UPI (Unified Payments Interface)-based payments service for WhatsApp for Android beta as well as iOS users earlier this week. Now it has started rolling out widely for more users on both the platforms. It supports over 70 banks, including Paytm Payments Bank and Airtel Payments. This will take on Google’s Tez mobile payments service that was launched last year. Continue reading “How to send money using WhatsApp payments”
WhatsApp has been developing the ‘payments’ feature for quite some time now. In January we heard that the company will be rolling out the feature to users from February and since we are in February now, the Payment option is enabled to select WhatsApp beta users on Android and iOS. Continue reading “WhatsApp starts testing UPI-based WhatsApp Payments service in India”