Google is planning to launch its new digital payment service in India soon. Technology website TechCrunch has reported in a report on the news site The Canthat Google could launch this local payment service in India next week.
The report says that the payment service has been given the name ‘fast’ and simultaneously providing separate payment options from existing services such as Google Wallet or Android Pay. Faster means fast worker. Support for the government-run Unified Payments Interface (UPI) will be faster. According to the report, this service will also support the second consumer payment service Paytm and Mobikwik.Two years ago Google launched its payment app Android Pay in the US. A Google spokesperson in India has not responded to this. In July, Mint Deli reported that companies like Google, Facebook and WhatsApp are negotiating with the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to launch a UPA-based payment service on their platform.