What is Whatsapp Pay:
Whatsapp Pay is a new feature in WhatsApp, after update your WhatsApp you can send or receive money from WhatsApp. It is an easy way to send and receive money from your friends, parents, shopkeepers any other person. Whatsapp pay is a very advanced and needy feature to the peoples who can use WhatsApp and make a payment on daily bases.
We all are using other applications for payment like Google pay, PhonePay, Paytm, etc. and to do a payment we all are installed one more application on our devices. But now we can do two things from a single application, we can chat with a person and make a payment from Whatsapp and also do payment using Whatsapp pay.
When we use Whatsapp pay then the first question is comes to our mind is how to set up WhatsApp pay, so these screenshots help you to set up Whatsapp pay in your WhatsApp. Follow the instructions and start your new feature in your WhatsApp is Whatsapp Pay.
How to set up payments on Whatsapp/How to enable WhatsApp payment:
Let’s follow the steps to know how to set up WhatsApp pay in our WhatsApp.
Step 1. Firstly you Tap the Attach icon on the chat screen
Step 2. Open the screen and you saw a payment option then you choose payment
Step 3. After Choosing you can add your bank Account
Click on the “Add your Bank Account” option and you can see a list of Banks
Choose the bank account that you want to add
Click on the particular bank account like ICIC, SBI, etc.
Now your bank account is added
Just put your all details of your Debit Card (Last 6 Digit of your debit card/expiry date)
Step 5. Now You can set up your UPI PIN
Put the OTP and registered your UPI PIN
And Now, Wait for a Second and you can use the new feature Whatsapp Pay
After set up We will be going to check now.
How to send money via WhatsApp
Step 1: Select the contact From your WhatsApp contact list, to whom you want to send money. You can also send money by scanning a QR code option.
Step 2: Enter the amount and your UPI PIN. Once the correct PIN is entered, the amount will be transferred to the receiver’s bank account.