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Google Pay. Google Pay is one of the cheapest services on the list — there are no fees to use debit cards or make bank transfers, though you will pay a 2.9 percent fee for credit cards. It can transf...
Google Pay. Google Pay is one of the cheapest services on the list — there are no fees to use debit cards or make bank transfers, though you will pay a 2.9 percent fee for credit cards. It can transfer almost as much money as PayPal, with the maximum amount per transaction set at $9, 999.
No one can deny the fact that we live in an era of rapidly developing digital technologies. Every year, new projects keep on appearing designed to make our daily lives easier. These projects are more commonly leaning towards the sphere of mobile devices. With the help of smartphones, people make purchases, payments, and other operations every day. A number of users are accustomed to paying for goods only with their smartphones. This function is supported by both Apple and Android.
Years ago, Android's online payment system was called "Android Pay". But it was rebranded under a new name "Google Pay". Without going deep on technical features, Google Pay works in a similar way with other online payment systems.
Payments with Google Pay is very fast. Users in the past had concerns about the security of payments and the potentially fraudulent uses it has. It is important to note that much depends on the security settings of the phone itself. To mention, a phone's fingerprint scanner adds security to your device.
Establishments accepting this type of payment is wide and increasing by the second. This method has every chance of replacing the usual payment methods with cash and bank cards. The system developers arranged various promotions aimed at obtaining discounts to attract new users for Google Pay.
• Ease of use
• Excellent speed
• Few problems with some payment terminals
There is no doubt that this innovative technology will someday compete with the traditional methods of payment. Even at the moment, Google Pay is being used at a number of huge establishments. This new payment method confidently enters our life and facilitates daily financial transactions.