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Facebook-owned FM WhatsApp starts payment service in India
Facebook-owned FM WhatsApp reportedly started offering payments in India on Friday, the company said on its official blog after securing approval from India’s leading payment processor to finally launch in the country, a delay that has caused a delay. long service.
India is one of the biggest markets for WhatsApp, where the company has more than 400 million users, where FM WhatsApp has been offering P2P payments to a limited number of users for more than two years while waiting for regulators approval to fully liberalize this service.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a video statement: “The payment feature is currently available in all 10 languages of the FM WhatsApp app in India.”
FM WhatsApp said it has partnered with five Indian banks to provide payment services to users, including State Bank of India and Jio Payments Bank, among others.
On Thursday, the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) said that FM WhatsApp will initially provide payments for up to 20 million users, before continuing to expand the service.
All mainstream payment companies in India are using the UPI framework developed by NPCI, and these services provide users with services such as P2P transfers, utility payments and phone recharges. Data released by NPCI shows that in October this year, UPI processed a total of 2.07 billion transfers, an increase from 1.8 billion last month.
FM WhatsApp will compete in India’s payments market with Alphabet’s Google, Walmart’s PhonePe and Alibaba-backed Paytm. According to data from PricewaterhouseCoopers and Indian industry lobby group ASSOCHAM, in 2023, the size of the Indian payments market will double from 2019.
Earlier this year, Facebook bought a 9.99% stake in Reliance’s digital unit for $5.7 billion, an investment that will give FM WhatsApp access to internal payments messaging in Reliance’s retail unit, which aims to serve tens of millions of households across India Small businesses provide services.