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    Google Pay is killing its web app, adds transfer fee

    Google launched a revamped Google Pay a few days ago. Although it has introduced many new features, it has discontinued one of its most important features. Users will now not be able to transfer and receive funds on the Google Pay web app starting January 2021. Previously, users could make payments using the Google Pay app on their phone and the web app.

    However, now that Google has launched a new Google Pay app, it is killing the wen app. Along with this, the old Google Pay app will also disappear.

    Now, when you visit the Google Pay app, you will be greeted with a message that says, “As of early 2021, you will not be able to use pay.google.com to send and receive money from other people. To send and receive money, use the new Google Pay app “.

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    The main peer-to-peer payments feature of the web app will be removed and made exclusive to the mobile app only. However, it appears that the other function, including the payment handling method, is not affected. Google also stated on its support page that the old Google app will stop working on smartphones starting January 2021.

    Along with these developments, Google Pay will also add a commission on instant money transfers. “It can take 13 business days to transfer money to your bank account. Debit card transfers are usually instant. There is a 1.5% or $ 0.31 fee (whichever is greater. high), when you transfer money with a debit card, “the company said on its support page,” Google said in a statement. Previously, Google did not charge any transfer fees to a debit card.

    Earlier this month, Google rolled out a brand new Google Pay for Android and iOS users. The app not only has a new logo, it also includes many new features. The redesigned app was launched in the United States.

    Speaking on the redesigned Google Pay app, Caesar Sengupta, General Manager and VP of Google, said: “Today we are taking a major step in our quest to make money simple, safe and useful. Starting in the US, we are launching a redesigned Google Pay app on Android and iOS. The new app is designed around your relationships with people and businesses. It helps you save money and gives you insights into your spending. It is built with multiple layers of security to keep your money and your private information is safe. And in 2021, it will give you the ability to apply for a new type of digital bank account with reputable financial institutions. “

    The new Google Pay is expected to arrive in India soon.

    Users will now be unable to transfer and receive funds on the Google Pay web app starting January 2021.

    News Underline:

    • Google Pay is killing its web app starting January 2021.
    • Users will not be able to transfer and receive funds on the Google Pay web app
    • Earlier this month, Google rolled out a brand new Google Pay for Android and iOS users.
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