new Delhi. Google’s online payment app ‘Google Pay’, which is often in the discussion about deficiencies related to money transaction security, is once again in the headlines. However, this time Google is in discussion about its new update, not because of its shortcomings. Actually, Google is expanding its online payment platform to Google Pay. According to the information, Google is soon giving its users the option of making payments through the card and NFC system in addition to the UPI based payment option.
Google has not given official information yet
Let us know that according to sources, this information has come in the media, Google has not yet released any notification regarding this update. Google Pay Expense is being estimated from the fact that the company has made the support page live, which shows how to use the new payment option.
These bank holders will get the facility
The information about this feature has already been given in an Android Police report. According to the information, this feature of Google is limited to Axis Bank Credit / Debit and SBI Credit / Debit Cards only. However, it will expand in all likelihood in the future. According to the report, you will have to go through a verification process before setting up your card for payment.
This is how you can register
To use the new feature of Google Pay, first users have to feed the OTP number received from their bank. Once your card is registered, you can start making payments using NFC-enabled terminals through the Google Pay app. Although this feature is not available for all users right now, but according to a report, from last month many users have started seeing this option.
Google’s eye on Indian market
It is being said that it is rolling out through Google’s server, therefore, other users will get this update gradually. However, since the feature has already reached something and is still in the process of being commissioned, it won’t take long for Google to announce it publicly. Explain that Google is now focusing on the Indian market. During the Google for India 2020 event, CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed that he was preparing to create a global product based exclusively on the G Pay app made for India.