The WhatsApp will implement in India, the complete function of payments within the application. The system was tested in early February and will now officially air in the country, according to information released this week by Reuters.
The service is able to connect the mobile number with the user’s bank account to make the transfers. So far, there are four banks in the country that have shown interest in integrating the system. It will also be available for versions on Android and iOS.
In India, WhatsApp is used by more than 200 million users. There is still no information on whether the system will be implemented in other locations around the world.