Begin typing your search above and press return to search.
exit_to_app
Five years on,  Najeeb still missing
access_time 2021-10-14T11:35:37+05:30
access_time 2021-10-13T13:28:12+05:30
More than just an award, a message
access_time 2021-10-11T09:31:16+05:30
Facebook with a saffron tinge
access_time 2021-10-09T11:15:52+05:30
Monson: A prophet for our fake news times
access_time 2021-10-09T10:08:19+05:30
DEEP READ
exit_to_app
WhatsApp Payments testing cashback feature in India
cancel
Homechevron_rightTechnologychevron_rightWhatsApp Payments...

WhatsApp Payments testing 'cashback' feature in India

text_fields
bookmark_border

New Delhi: After enabling a new payment chat shortcut, to quickly send payments from the chat bar, Facebook-owned WhatsApp is working on another feature for payments called "Cashback" for Indian users.

As the name suggests, users can receive cashback from using WhatsApp Payments after 48 hours, according to WABetaInfo.

The company is introducing cashback to encourage its users to try WhatsApp Payments, a safe and easy way to send money.

As per the report, it is not yet clear if everyone will be able to get the cashback or only users that have never sent a payment on WhatsApp, but WhatsApp is going to clarify this when the feature will be available.

Note that this is limited to Unified Payment Interface (UPI) Payments in India, users can only get one cashback and you might receive up to Rs 10 cashback for their payment, the report said.

However, it added that this value may change before the official release of the feature.

Recently, the instant messaging platform introduced the Payments Backgrounds feature on the platform to strengthen its payment services offering in India.

Designed in partnership with the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), on the UPI, the payments feature on WhatsApp is an India-first, a real-time payment system that enables transactions with over 227 banks.

Show Full Article
TAGS:WhatsApp Tech Updates 
Next Story