Since the demonetisation back in November 2016, the push for the cashless payments and digital wallets has been immense. Lately several online, as well as offline establishments, have started accepting digital payment.
If reports are to be believed, WhatsApp Payments could go live in the next month and India may become the first country to receive this feature. The platform is currently in the final phases of testing with a select group of users.
Paytm, have announced the integration of BHIM UPI in their app's interface. Users who have a BHIM ID, will be able to transact directly through Paytm app.
The digital payments space in the country is getting a new entrant almost every other day. Amidst this, PayPal India Pay will be launching here next week.
WhatsApp Payments will be launching first in India. The digital payments market here is already crowded with established players. How will WhatsApp fare?
Apple is all set to launch their long-missing service in India, Apple Pay. It will compete with Samsung Pay and a horde of popular Mobile Wallet services.
Picture this: You are roaming in a neighborhood, visiting some friends. The Tez app installed in your smartphone will join forces with Google Maps, and will instantly alert you, which nearby stores accept Tez payments and offers customized…
From paying for movie tickets to utility bills, Google Tez can do it all. Digital payments has already received a boost post demonetization in the country
The most fascinating fact is that Google Tez will not only work with UPI, but also support existing mobile wallets such as Paytm, Mobikwik and more.