Google Pay (Tez) App - A Payment App By Google

Google Pay App

Google Pay is a popular mobile payments app in India. The free app allows you to send and receive money and also pay utility bills on the go.

What is Google Pay?

Google Pay is built on the UPI (Unified Payments Interface) platform. With an UPI-enabled wallet, you can transfer money to the recipient without requiring their bank account details. You can use Google Pay to pay and receive money instantly using your existing bank accounts.

You can use Google Pay to:

  • Transfer money
  • Pay your utility bills like phone, electricity, and so on.
  • Pay for businesses like DTH, food delivery, and so on.
  • Recharge your prepaid mobile phone
  • Pay your AdWords bills.

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How to set up Google Pay?

  • Download the Google Pay app which is available for Android and iOS.
  • Provide your mobile number.
  • Sign in using your Google account.
  • Set up a 4-digit Google PIN to secure the app.
  • You will also need to set up your existing screen lock as your security PIN.

How to add a bank account?

  • You need to make sure your bank works with UPI.
  • Enter your UPI ID.
  • If you don’t have a UPI ID, you can enter your debit card information.
  • Open the Google Pay app. Tap your photo on the left and tap on “Payment Methods”.
  • Tap on the “Add Bank Account” tab.
  • Select your bank from the available list.

How to send and receive money using Google Pay?

Once you have set up your Google Pay app, you can use it to send money to friends and family in the country using your phone. The person you are sending the money needs to have the Google Pay app as well.

  • Open the Google Pay app.
  • Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap on “New”.
  • You can select the person to whom you want to send money from your contacts.
  • If you don’t have the person’s number, you can search for them via UPI ID, name, phone number, and account number.
  • Select the contact and tap on the “Pay” button.
  • Enter the amount and the reason for the payment.
  • Tap Proceed to pay.
  • Enter your UPI PIN.
  • You will get a notification after the amount has been sent.
  • You will also receive an SMS from your bank with the debited amount.

How to send or receive money via Tez Mode?

You can also transfer money using the Tez Mode option in the Google Pay app. When you open the Tez app, you will see a round Tez Mode button at the center. It allows you to send and receive money with nearby users that are using the app.

You can send or receive money without saving their mobile number. When you tap on the Tez Mode button, you will get two options - Pay and Receive. If you want to pay, swipe the circle up towards ‘Pay’ and ask the other person to swipe the circle down towards 'Receive'.

The app will now connect two phones via the microphone and speaker ports. You will see the name and mobile number of the person you want to send money. Select the person and simply add the amount to send the money.

How is Google Pay different from other digital wallets?

You need to add money to mobile wallets in order to make payments. However, Google Pay is directly linked to your bank account, hence, you don’t need to store money in the app. The app supports 55 banks in India including ICICI Bank, State Bank of India and HDFC Bank.

Features of Google Pay

  • Google Pay offers language support for Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu.
  • You can use your phone’s ID or fingerprint scanner to secure the payment app.
  • The Tez Shield security feature helps detect fraud, prevent hacking, and verify your identity.
  • It also offers a number of cashback schemes for paying bills and transferring money.
  • Keep a track of the money you have earned from Google in the Rewards section.
  • If you refer Google Pay to a friend, you will earn Rs.51 cashback.
  • You can send up to Rs.1 lakh in one day across all UPI apps.
  • A single transaction via the Google Pay app cannot exceed Rs.1 lakh.
  • You cannot use Google Pay to transfer money for more than 10 times in a day.

History of Google Pay

Google Tez was launched in 2017 in India. The app was rebranded as Google Pay in August 2018. In March 2019, transactions on Google Pay hit $81 billion. It is accepted at over 2,000 online merchants, including travel, movie tickets, and even trading and investments.

FAQ's of Google Pay app

  1. From where can I download the Google Pay app?

    Ans: You can download the Google Pay app for Android from the Google Play Store. The iOS app is available for download on the Apple App store. Both the apps are available for free.

  2. Is Google Pay like other digital wallets?

    Ans: No. Unlike other digital wallets, you don’t need to store money in the Google Pay app. It is linked to your bank account.

  3. Can I add multiple bank accounts to Google Pay?

    Ans: Yes. You can add multiple bank accounts to the Google Pay app. Each account gets its own UPI id as well as UPI PIN.

  4. What are the banks that support Google Pay?

    Ans: The Pay app works with banks who have registered with the NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) over the UPI platform. It has around 55 banks including SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and Axis Bank, among others.

  5. Does Google Pay require Aadhaar?

    Ans: No. The app does not require your Aadhaar data and there is no support for Aadhaar-based verification.

  6. Do you need a bank account and phone number to use Pay?

    Ans: Yes, it is mandatory to have an active bank account and working phone number to use Google Pay.

  7. What is Google PIN and UPI PIN? What is the difference between the two?

    Ans: Google PIN is used to lock and unlock the Google app and the UPI PIN is used as a transaction password.

  8. Does Google Pay levy any fee for transactions?

    Ans: No. You can use Google Pay app for free and there are no fees for transactions.

  9. Can you delete transaction history from the Google Pay app?

    Ans: No. You cannot delete transaction history from the app.

    In case of any issues with your Google Pay transactions, you can contact the support team via chat or phone call.

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News About Google Pay (Tez)App

  • Google Tez Touches the Milestone of 50 Million Downloads

    Google’s Payment app Tez, which was built on top of the country’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) has reached the milestone of 50 million downloads. The app which competes with apps like BHIM, PhonePe, Paytm was launched in September last year and reached the milestone in just 10 months. It needs to be mentioned that Google had just a couple of months back confirmed that it has 16 million monthly active users in the country. Since the launch of the app, Google had introduced many new features in the app which has helped the app retain the trust of the users since its launch. Recently, the company came up with a simple chat feature on the app which lets the users communicate with their contacts apart from just sending and receiving money. Prior to this, the company added utility bill payments support and over 70 billers on board in the month of February. This allowed individuals to use the app in making their utility bill payments as well as recharge their DTH and pay their insurance premiums. The app is available for download on both the Android and iOS platforms for free.

    24 July 2018

  • Google Tez to Now Collaborate with SBI: Google

    Global technology giant Google recently announced that Google Tez has partnered with the State Bank of India (SBI).

    The new move will further help Google Tez bring more and more people from different walks of life to be a part of the digital ecosystem that can be used to carry out banking transactions. Tez will now allow customers to make use of UPI through the SBI bank account.

    Till now, Google has partnered with as many as 4 banks : SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank ans Axis Bank.

    14 March 2018

  • Pay Utility Bills on Google Tez via UPI

    Customers can now use Google Tez to make payments towards a number of utility bills such as mobile bills, water bills, electricity bills, and the like.Google has collaborated with a range of billers to make this service available to users in the country. What's even better about this service is that Google Tez will send all customers an automatic alert when it is time to pay the respective bill. All payments can be made using the UPI interface.

    22 February 2018

  • Google Planning to Introduce Google Pay in India

    Google is all set to introduce Google Pay, its culminated payment platform to the already existing payments platform Tez in the country. Pali Bhat, Google’s vice president of product management of payments recently announced about the development in a blog post. Google Pay aims to bring together the different ways to pay with Google into a single platform. It will also enable users to save their payment information to the google account in a bid for faster checkout. Google Pay which is already available on Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse and Instacart will be made available online, in-store and across google products in the coming weeks, informed Bhat. Google states that the app works with 55 banks and speaks eight Indian languages which includes English, Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu.

    15 January 2018

  • Tez, PhonePe & Paytm Transactions Surge

    As digital payments transactions are increasing across the country, many UPI-based payment apps such as Paytm, Phonepe and Tez, have been seeing steady growth.

    Google’s Tez has seen as many as 40 million transactions since its launch, which contributes to almost 40% of the volume of UPI transactions in the country. PhonePe is catching up with along with Paytm.

    Most banks in India have collaborated with UPI through their respective apps. There is no need to know IFSC code or bank account number while sending money through UPI.

    12 January 2018

  • Google Tez Ties Up with Xiaomi to Enter Digital Payments Landscape

    Google Tez, a India-first Google product was launched in the country in September. It has in quick time acquired over 12 million users. With Google in recent times showing signs of experimenting their products first in the country, the launch of Google Tez was not a surprise. Caesar Sengupta, the VP for the Next Billion Users initiative at Google stated that experimenting their products first in the India enables them to build products not only for people of India but for all. In a bid to continue doing so, the company entered into a partnership with the smartphone brand Xiaomi. As part of the partnership, the country’s most popular smartphone brand will be introducing a payment service on its e-commerce platform, which will powered by Google. This will enable users to make cashless transactions on both the MI website and its app. The partnership is being seen as the stepping stone of Google to enter into digital payments in India as well as highlighting Xiaomi’s commitment to the ‘Digital India’ initiative.

    3 January 2018

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