Google Pay is the simplest way to send money home to your family, recharge your mobile, or pay the neighborhood chaiwala.
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About Google Pay
Type: Digital wallet
GooglePay is a payments and commerce app, made for India first. Make payments big and small, straight from your bank account. It’s money made simple.
What is Google Pay?
Google Pay is built on the UPI (Unified Payments Interface) platform. With a UPI-enabled wallet, you can transfer money to the recipient without requiring their bank account details. You can use Google Pay to pay and receive money instantly using your existing bank accounts.
You can use Google Pay to:
- Transfer money
- Pay your utility bills like phone, electricity, and so on.
- Pay for businesses like DTH, food delivery, and so on.
- Recharge your prepaid mobile phone
- Pay your AdWords bills.
How to set up Google Pay?
- Download the Google Pay app which is available for Android and iOS.
- Provide your mobile number.
- Sign in using your Google account.
- Set up a 4-digit Google PIN to secure the app.
- You will also need to set up your existing screen lock as your security PIN.
How to add a bank account?
- You need to make sure your bank works with UPI.
- Enter your UPI ID.
- If you don’t have a UPI ID, you can enter your debit card information.
- Open the Google Pay app. Tap your photo on the left and tap on “Payment Methods”.
- Tap on the “Add Bank Account” tab.
How to send and receive money using Google Pay?
Once you have set up your Google Pay app, you can use it to send money to friends and family in the country using your phone. The person you are sending the money needs to have the Google Pay app as well.
- Open the Google Pay app.
- Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap on “New”.
- You can select the person to whom you want to send money from your contacts.
- If you don’t have the person’s number, you can search for them via UPI ID, name, phone number, and account number.
- Select the contact and tap on the “Pay” button.
- Enter the amount and the reason for the payment.
- Tap Proceed to pay.
- Enter your UPI PIN.
- You will get a notification after the amount has been sent.
- You will also receive an SMS from your bank with the debited amount.
How is Google Pay different from other digital wallets?
You need to add money to mobile wallets in order to make payments. However, Google Pay is directly linked to your bank account, hence, you don’t need to store money in the app. The app supports 55 banks in India including ICICI Bank, State Bank of India, and HDFC Bank.
Features of Google Pay
- Google Pay offers language support for Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu.
- You can use your phone’s ID or fingerprint scanner to secure the payment app.
- The Tez Shield security feature helps detect fraud, prevent hacking, and verify your identity.
- It also offers a number of cashback schemes for paying bills and transferring money.
- Keep a track of the money you have earned from Google in the Rewards section.
- If you refer Google Pay to a friend, you will earn Rs.51 cashback.
- You can send up to Rs.1 lakh in one day across all UPI apps.
- A single transaction via the Google Pay app cannot exceed Rs.1 lakh.
- You cannot use Google Pay to transfer money for more than 10 times in a day.
Download the Google Pay app
Google Pay App on Google play
Google Pay App on Apple App Store
Google Pay Overview
- Google Pay (stylized as G Pay; formerly Android Pay) is a digital wallet platform and online payment system developed by Google to power in-app, online, and in-person contactless purchases on mobile devices, enabling users to make payments with Android phones, tablets, or watches.
1. From where can I download the Google Pay app?
- You can download the Google Pay app for Android from the Google Play Store. The iOS app is available for download on the Apple App store. Both the apps are available for free.
2. Is Google Pay like other digital wallets?
- No. Unlike other digital wallets, you don’t need to store money in the Google Pay app. It is linked to your bank account.
3. Can I add multiple bank accounts to Google Pay?
- Yes. You can add multiple bank accounts to the Google Pay app. Each account gets its own UPI id as well as UPI PIN.
4. What are the banks that support Google Pay?
- The Pay app works with banks who have registered with the NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) over the UPI platform. It has around 55 banks including SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and Axis Bank, among others.
5. Does Google Pay require Aadhaar?
- No. The app does not require your Aadhaar data and there is no support for Aadhaar-based verification.
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