- The service was introduced in India last year
- It is reported that the company will offer cashback rewards
- There is no official confirmation about the same
WhatsApp is the world’s most favourite instant messaging application and the same enjoys a massive amount of user base as well. The company stepped into the financial sector last year by launching Whatsapp Pay and the service was introduced in the market of India after strucking with the rules and regulations of the country.
Having said that, the company is not having a boom in the payments segment even after its having billions of users on the board. But now it seems that the company is gearing up to make a change in the payment set up with a new update in the near future. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the newly reported information about the upcoming feature of WhatsApp Pay.
It is reported that the company is working on a new feature and the same will start offering cashback rewards and the report says that the company will offer ₹10 cashback, the same will be credited to the user with 48 hours. It is worth mentioning that it will be available only to those users who are making the first transaction on Whatsapp Pay.
There is no official confirmation about the same and we believe that the company will share something about the same in the coming days. The new feature will definitely help the company to attract users to make transactions via WhatsApp.
If you are unaware about the same then WhatsApp Pay works with the power of UPI and the same setup is used by other popular players like Google Pay and more.
So let’s wait for the upcoming cashback rewards of Whatsapp Pay and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips
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