Whats App news: Messaging business giant WhatsApp has started payment background for its users in India. With this feature of WhatsApp, now whats app users of India will also be able to send money to their friends and family and also send emoji. The company has said that the payment background solution of WhatsApp has been specially introduced keeping in mind the Indian market.
How many banks are connected with WhatsApp?
With the launch of WhatsApp’s payment service, now users of this instant messaging app can also do money transactions like chatting. With this payment service launched in association with NPCI and UPI, 227 bank customers can do money transactions. The payment feature of WhatsApp is based on the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) system of the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). NPCI had approved WhatsApp to start payment service only in November last year.Also Read: Go First Independence Sale starting at just ₹751*, GoAir airline is offering
Manesh Mahatme, Director, WhatsApp Payments, said, “With a payment background, we aim to provide a better experience for whats app users in India. We believe that digital payment is not just a transaction, but it engages the sentiments of the people. Huh.”
Not just payment, background too
WhatsApp users in India will now be able to add a payment background while sending money to their friends from the app. This feature of WhatsApp has been made only for the Indian user. Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp says that this feature will help people to send money as well as express their feelings.Also Read:Kangana Ranaut again showed bold avatar, the actress was seen having fun in the pool with her nephew
How to use
If you are sending money to your sister on Rakhi, then you can add Rakshabandhan background while making the payment. Similarly, on someone’s birthday, you can choose a payment background with cake and candle. The new feature announced by WhatsApp helps bring to life the story behind every payment.
400 million users of WhatsApp in India
Earlier in November, the userbase of WhatsApp in India was around 400 million users. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, “We were working with the National Payments Corporation of India, which looks at everything to ensure payments are secure and reliable. We have done this through India’s Unified Payments Interface, which With this help, users can easily make payments for companies providing services on different apps. Also Read:LPG Latest News: Now taking LPG gas premature delivery will attract a charge of Rs 50, know the details here