WhatsApp’s digital payment service launched by end of this month.
New Delhi: WhatsApp’s digital payment service launched by end of this month. . WhatsApp will launch its payment banking service WhatsApp by the end of this month. For this, WhatsApp has partnered with three private banks, Axis Bank, ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank.
WhatsApp has also been in talks with State Bank of India for the UPI-based payment service. However, State Bank has not yet made a final decision. The government is focusing on digital payments as the country fights against the Korna epidemic. In this case, with the advent of WhatsApp, digital payments will become more widespread in the country. Because WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the country. It has about 70 crore users in India.
WhatsApp’s main rival, Facebook, is already offering its UGI-based digital payment service through its Google Pay. Google Pay is one of the most used digital payments in India.