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Google Pay to shut down operations in the US, What will happen in India?

Google Pay to shut down operations in US, India and Singapore unaffected, Details

Google Pay: Users all throughout the world, including those in Singapore, India, and the US, have long preferred Google Pay as the preferred app for online transactions. But a big choice about its future has been made. The Google Pay application, often known as “GPay,” which is widely featured on Android home screens and is used for financial transactions and payments, is about to be discontinued by Google. Interestingly, this ruling only applies to the United States, which ends worries users in India.

Google Pay shutting down in US

Google plans to discontinue the standalone Google Pay app in the US after June 4. The blog further stated that customers, who utilise Google Wallet five times more frequently than the app in the nation, can continue to make payments with it after June 4.

The blog read, “To simplify the app experience, the US version of the standalone Google Pay app will no longer be available for use starting June 4, 2024. You can continue to access the most popular features – tapping to pay in stores and managing payment methods – right from Google Wallet, which is used five times more than the Google Pay app in the US.”

The business went on to say that they wanted to ensure a seamless transition.

Furthermore, it stated that customers of Google Pay in Singapore and India will not be impacted by this change.

What is Google Wallet?

GPay has now been replaced by Google Wallet, which the company claims has millions of customers across more than 180 countries. Not only can Google Wallet process purchases using credit and debit cards, but it can also hold documents such as driver’s licences, state IDs, transport permits, virtual car keys, and more. After June 4, 2024, Google Wallet users in the United States will be able to utilise Google Pay.

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