WhatsApp is testing UPI mobile payments in India
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WhatsApp is testing UPI mobile payments in India

UPI payments on WhatsApp are finally starting to roll out in India, after what we can only surmise was a pretty lengthy development period of over 10 to 12 months, since the first public mention of the feature. It is rolling out gradually to beta testers in the country, meaning that a full release should be coming shortly.

In accordance with earlier info, WhatsApp user to user payments is done trough UPI or Unified Payments Interface – India’s popular digital payment system, already adopted by all major banks and even some services in the country.


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The implementation appears to be very simple and straight-forward. WhatsApp is getting a new “Payments” tab in its settings menu, where you have to enter and verify your bank info and agree to a few service and privacy policies. The menu also holds a detailed log of your payment history, including the two parties and the bank involved.

WhatsApp is testing UPI mobile

The payments themselves are handles seamlessly as in-chat attachments. Pretty neat and a great step forward in aiding India’s drive towards a cashless digital economy. Considering WhatsApp’s formidable popularity across the country, the new payment system could indeed go a long way in popularizing UPI and the push towards convenient and secure digital transactions.

If you are keen on test-driving the feature, you need to be signed up to be a WhatsApp beta tester (use this link)

and have an account at one of the supported Indian banks, which include Axis Bank, State Bank Of India, Yes Bank, ICICI Bank, and plenty more. Of course, you need a qualifying buddy to go through the same process and might have to wait a bit for the staged beta rollout to hit both your devices.




  1. Anyways whatsapp suucs
    So no issues they cant even break a block of already existent upi based apps.
    And most importantly most of its users use alternative WhatsApp messenger apps so it aint gonna affect em much…


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