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Google Play UPI Autopay for subscription based purchases now in India

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Google Play is used by Android users to download several types of applications they need in their phone. And recently Google has announced that the company is introducing UPI Autopay as a payment option for subscription based purchases on Google Play in India.

The National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) introduced the UPI Autopay under UPI 2.0 to help customers make payments using any UPI application supporting this feature, according to a report by Live Mint.According to the report, with the help of the UPI Autopay customers will be easily able to set up a subscription.

After selecting a subscription plan for purchase, all that the user will have to do is click on the payment method in the cart, select Pay with UPI and then allow the purchase in their supported UPI app.Saurabh Agarwal, Head of Google Play Retail and Payments Activation for India, Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand said in a statement, "We are always looking at adding popular and effective forms of payment around the world to ensure people can pay for apps and in-app content conveniently.

With the introduction of UPI Autopay on the platform, we aim to extend the convenience of UPI to subscription-based purchases, helping many more people access the helpful and delightful services – while enabling local developers to grow their subscription-based businesses on Google Play.”Meanwhile, Google said in an official statement, "Google Play has been committed to giving users safe and convenient ways to pay for their favorite apps and games- while helping developers of all sizes transact with millions of users globally and build successful businesses on the platform."

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