How to pay using UPI on Amazon India

By GizBot Bureau

    E-commerce tech giant Amazon has introduced Unified Payment Interface (UPI) as a mode of payment through its app. This payment method is available only on the app and not on the desktop sites. Users can make payment through UPI if the value of the transaction is around Rs. 10,000 or lesser. With this move, Amazon India has joined its competitors including Flipkart and Paytm.

    How to pay using UPI on Amazon India

    From now on, the customer who makes purchases via Amazon app will get an option to make their payment using their UPI ID along with other modes including debit cards, credit cards, and net banking. As of now, this option is available only on the Android and will be rolled out to iOS in the future updates.

    When it comes to refund, the process is similar to that of paying through cards, where the amount is credited to the bank account linked with UPI ID. To reiterate, Unified Payment Interface is a payment method that facilitates instant fund transfer between two bank accounts without adding any details of the beneficiary’s bank.

    How to pay using UPI on Amazon India?

    Step 1: Make sure you have the latest version of Amazon India app on your device. To make sure you have one, go to Play Store and search for Amazon. If you have update option, tap on it.

    Step 2: Select the product under Rs. 10,000 or less and tap on the buy option.

    Step 3: On the check out screen, you will get to see the payment methods including debit card, credit card, Net banking and UPI.

    Step 4: Choose UPI as your payment method

    Step 5: Once you choose UPI, you will be asked to provide your UPI ID.

    Step 6: After the verification, you will be redirected to UPI-lined mobile app for payment like BHIM.

    Step 7: After your payments are done, you can see the order on your mobile app or browser. Also, make sure to complete the payment within 10 minutes for successful placement of the order.

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