Facebook: Digital Payment Service Can Be Tested In India

Aug 04 2019 05:34 PM
Facebook: Digital Payment Service Can Be Tested In India

For the past few years, Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has been preparing to improve Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram platforms. India, where there are millions of users from these three platforms, is working on how to improve the use of these platforms and their services. Whatsapp's payment service app was testing in the past. In addition, work is also being done to monitor the platform. This includes features such as showing advertising in Whatsapp status. Let us know the full details

According to media reports, Facebook is being monitored like Whatsapp. According to media reports, Facebook's digital payment service in India can be tested. According to data released by Facebook, India has 2.1 billion users worldwide, using these three platforms. About 2.7 billion users use at least one of the platforms of Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp or Messenger.

Facebook alone has 300 million users in India. Whereas, Whatsapp has 400 million users. On the other hand, the number of users using Instagram is 70 million, or 7 million. Facebook is also preparing to merge all three of its platforms so that users can easily exchange messages on these three platforms. Whatsapp users account for one-fourth of the total users worldwide. In this case, Facebook can choose India for testing the digital payment service.

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