WhatsApp Payments, an online payment system available within the app for WhatsApp users, is now offering a payback of Rs 105 to customers. This is an incentive for users to utilise WhatsApp Payments to send money to their friends, family, and others. The corporation will have to pay for this incentive out of its profits. WhatsApp is now investing in order to generate revenue in the future.
Every other online payment app provides consumers with cashback and other incentives to keep using the app. This isn’t the first time WhatsApp has done something like this. If you missed out on payback from the Meta-owned texting service in the past, here is your chance.
How to Get Rs. 105 Cashback Through WhatsApp Payments
If you want Rs 105 cashback from WhatsApp payments, all you have to do is make a transaction of a minimum of Rs 1. Note that users won’t be awarded Rs 105 directly. For each eligible transaction, WhatsApp will offer users a Rs 35 cashback. According to a Gadgets360 report, users can get up to a total of the three Rs 35 cashback.
The deal is only available to consumers in India. Both iOS and Android users will be able to access it. It’s worth noting that the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) just granted WhatsApp permission to increase its WhatsApp Payments user base to 100 million.
Maintain the most recent version of the app on your smartphone to ensure that you are eligible for the cashback. By navigating to their chat window, you can make payments straight to users. We’ll have to wait and see whether it’s a good enough incentive for the users. WhatsApp is considered a communication app rather than a payment app. This is something WhatsApp will need to change quickly if its payment system is to be successful.
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