It’s been a while since WhatsApp launched WhatsApp Pay, a payment service in India and Brazil. The service isn’t available to all users yet, but Messenger has already begun testing new features to drive adoption. In August of this year, WhatsApp began testing a new button on the chat bar. This puts WhatsApp Pay at the forefront and allows users to make single-tap payments. It is reported that it is currently working on a cashback feature that rewards users for making payments.
WABetaInfo Discovered a feature under development (via Android police) The latest WhatsApp beta release (v22.214.171.124).As you can see in the attached screenshot, this feature[チャット]Add a new payment shortcut at the top of the tab. Shortcut status: “Get cash back on your next payment.”
The shortcut itself does not reveal details about cashback, WABetaInfo This feature reports that it will send cashback to the user 48 hours after using the service. Limited to UPI payments in India, users will only receive one cashback. The cashback amount is currently limited to £ 10 but is subject to change before the feature is released in a stable release.
At this time, it’s not clear whether the cashback feature will be available to all users or limited to users who haven’t sent payments on WhatsApp. We hope to share more information when WhatsApp officially announces this feature.
If you haven’t set up WhatsApp Pay before, you can follow the guide to get started. Please note that this service is currently only available to 20 million of the 400 million users of WhatsApp in India. If you are not participating in the pilot program, you may not be able to set up WhatsApp Pay over the phone. To see if it’s available on your phone, tap the 3-dot menu button in the upper right corner of the app. payment option.