Google is testing a brand new function that lets customers pay via debit or bank cards on its fee service, Google Pay in India.
The function was first noticed by Android Police which talked about new help pages detailing card funds on Google Pay.
In accordance with the help web page directions, customers can add, take away or replace their credit score and debit playing cards inside their Google Pay account.
The function presently solely helps Axis Visa playing cards and SBI Visa bank cards as fee strategies.
“International cards aren’t supported by Google Pay at this time,” reads the help web page.
They will add their playing cards on the app via the ‘Add card’ choice inside the ‘Payment methods’ in Settings. From there, customers should enter numerous particulars together with the cardboard quantity, expiry date, CVV, and the cardholder’s identify and billing tackle.
They will then save their card. Customers shall be required to authenticate their card with a one time password.
Customers can then use card-based funds via faucet & pay at NFC enabled terminals, QR code-based funds at retailers and for cell recharges on Google Pay and on-line funds on third get together retailers the place Google Pay is supported.
Customers also can modifications or take away their card immediately from the app.