Thanks to India itself UPI The platform, the digital payments revolution, and adoption in the country has been impressive. And that, of course, makes India a very attractive market for companies offering these services. After demonetization, when the use of digital wallets and electronic payment platforms was promoted, Google, PayTM, and then finally almost all the other apps, including Truecaller Y WhatsApp, We decided to join the revolution. Not be left out, Xiaomi He has also decided to join.
Announced in a official forum, Xiaomi India revealed that it is launching a beta version of its new My pay application in the Indian market. Xiaomi says that National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) has cleared My pay for large group use and you are currently beta testing the app.
Xiaomi writes in his forum, “My pay The biggest advantage is its deep integration in MIUI, which greatly facilitates the transfer of payments to contacts and providers. “
Also, as the company reveals, it has partnered with ICICI Bank and PayU and enables mobile transaction similar to the way Google Pay does. However, unlike the Google Pay application, Xiaomi claims that My pay it will support both UPI and other credit and debit cards.
Similar to the likes of Google Pay and PayTm, in addition to money transfer, My pay It will also allow you to pay bills, do DTH recharges, pay water and electricity bills, etc. My pay It also allows the scanning of QR codes, including Bharat QR codes, such as PayTm.
If you are interested in trying My pay, You need to make sure that you are using the MIUI global beta ROM. Once you have that, you will need Sign up for My pay Beta testing as of December 31.