Google Pay adds support for the complete contactless Unified Payments Interface over Near-Field Communication
April 28, 2021
All users of the Smartphone with Google Pay facility will get a good improvement in their way to make payments. They are willing to keep up-to-date with the latest updates of this modern yet user-friendly payment system. As a beginner to Google Pay, you must understand some of the basic things about digital transactions using mobile gadgets. Near-Field Communication (NFC) is a set of protocols for communication between two electronic devices over a distance of less than or equal to 4 cm. Unified Payments Interface (UPI) is an instant real-time payment system from the National Payments Corporation of India and designed for the purpose of inter-bank transactions.
The latest yet user-friendly payment option
Google Pay adds absolute support for contactless UPI payments over the secure NFC. There is no need to wait in a queue with the camera and QR code, you can tap the phone on the payment terminal and access the payment screen almost immediately. You will get 100% satisfaction from this contactless digital payment system and reap benefits from direct bank-to-bank transfers. Google Pay app adds support for users to make all UPI transactions over the NFC as conveniently as possible. You can research the latest aspects of this technology and make certain how to use it as per your requirements. You will get enough assistance and ensure exceptional benefits.
Google Pay payment system already supports the NFC-powered payment feature in the nation. However, it supports this modern and contactless payment system in this pandemic situation. In general, Google Pay supports users to make their payments through the tokenized card over the NFC same as countries where UPI system is not available. This facility works on any card issued by a small list of banks. Google is ready to put the high-quality NFC chip on the mobile and support users to use this advanced payment system.
Make digital payments in the secure and easy ways
Every user of Google Pay has to either key in the UPI ID of the recipient manually or scan a QR code. These two methods take time and include difficulties especially in shops with poor lighting for devices with subpar cameras. A qualified team in Google works on an intuitive solution for every user in the form of the modern UPI over NFC. This team has decided to be rolling out this facility to devices with an NFC chip built-in and make the payments safe and easy.