New Delhi. WhatsApp has announced the adoption of 500 villages in Maharashtra and Karnataka under its pilot program. Messaging platform owned by Meta (Facebook)WhatsApp) announced on Wednesday that it will provide digital payment system (DST) to rural smartphone users.digital payment) will initiate the introduction. The company said that its pilot program Digital Payments Utsav (digital payment festival) will cover 500 villages in Karnataka and Maharashtra.
The goal of the messaging app is that the users of these villages will get WhatsApp-Pay (on whatsapp) to provide access to digital payments. Please tell that in India Meta (meta)’s annual program showcases socio-economic change and positive impact on society through its apps.
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What is the purpose of this program?
The WhatsApp company says that the purpose of this program is to bring a practical change in the digitally done payment system at the ground level. Abhijit Bose, India’s WhatsApp Head, said, “We are committed to helping accelerate financial inclusion through WhatsApp. We have covered 500 villages in Maharashtra and Karnataka in the pilot program. We aim to connect the next 500 million digital payments ecosystem.
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What have you taught the villagers so far?
META’s messaging company has said that all small and medium businesses from grocery stores to beauty-parlors in the village can now make digital payments using ‘WhatsApp Pay’. The Digital Payments Utsav pilot program started on 15 October from Kayathanahalli village in Mandya district of Karnataka. Let us inform that the people of this village were told in detail about digital payment. They were taught how to sign-up for UPI, create a UPI account and take precautions while making digital payments.
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