Google Pay had earlier rolled out the attribute with Kotak Mahindra Bank, SBI Cards, and Axis Bank. Now it has added SBI, Induslnd Bank, and Federal Bank and Credit cards by IndusInd Bank and HSBC India to its slate.
Google has tied in more banks for card keepsake on the Google Pay app. A card keepsake is an attribute that lets users make debit or credit card payments through a firm digital token attached to their phone without having to actually share their credit or debit card details. Google Pay had before time rolled out the feature with Kotak Mahindra Bank, SBI Cards, and Axis Bank. But, Google Pay has now added SBI, IndusInd Bank, and Federal Bank, and Credit cards by IndusInd Bank and HSBC India to its slate.
Google Pay card keepsake would let users Near-field communication (NFC) able gadgets/phones make contactless payments at over 2.5 million Visa merchant locations. It will also let users examine and pay at more than 1.5 million Bharat QR authorize merchants. Users can now pay their bills and recharge their cell phones using credit cards. Google says that the attribute also works with the online operators, provides smooth One Time Password experiences without changing users to 3D Secure sites.
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Talking about the attribute, Sajith Sivanandan, Business Head: Google Pay and NBU — APAC said, “We carry out to offering the firmest payments experience to our fill out base of users, and keepsake helps to replace sensitive data such as credit and debit card numbers with tokens, get rid of any chances of cheating.
He also said, “We are hopeful that the keepsake attribute will further cheer users to negotiate firmly and safely in the current times and enlarge merchant business both online and offline. The addition of SBI and Federal debit cards, IndusInd bank debit & credit cards, and HSBC credit cards help expand this offering to millions of card users on the Visa network. We are working firmly with other banking partners to further expand the adoption of card-based payments with a keepsake in India.”
To authorize the card keepsake on your Google Pay app, you will have to do a one-time set-up by entering their card details and follow it by setting foot in the One Time Password, which will be sent to the phone number by the bank. Once you sanction the attribute you can make payments at NFC-sanction terminals. You can also make a buy at large online merchants such as Myntra, Yatra, Dunzo, and many others using the cards. Google says that keepsake cards can also be used for mobile recharges, bill payments, insurance payments, and many others.