Google Tez updated, included utility bill payment option, learn how it works
In September last year, Google launched its mobile wallet app, Google Tez for digital payments. The UPi (Integrated Payment Interface) app enables peer-to-peer payments, allowing you to send and receive money from other users of the app. Google Now …
In September last year, Google launched its mobile wallet app, Google Tez for digital payments. The UPi (Integrated Payment Interface) app enables peer-to-peer payments, allowing you to send and receive money from other users of the app. Google has now updated the app by adding utility bill payment options.
With this new update, users of these places can now fill their electricity bills by itself, including BEST Mumbai, Ajmer Vidyut Vitran, Bharatpur Electricity, Bhagalpur Electricity, BSES Rajdhani and Yamuna, MSEDC, Torrent Power and Noida Power etc. . Apart from this, you can also pay your Mumbai MTNL and Delhi Landline bills. Along with this, you can also fill postpaid bills of ACT broadband, airtel landline and broadband, Airtel, Vodafone, Idea, Docomo and others.
Along with that, you can now pay your insurance premium, you can also recharge it for DTH account such as Dish TV or TATA Sky. However, the prepaid mobile recharge for now is not part of this Google Fast.
How to Use Google’s Tez to Pay Your UTILITY Bills
To begin this, first of all, you have to go to Google Fast App, now you have to tap on the Rupee icon in payment with ‘New’. Here you will see some business and fast connections. There is an option to send money using the account number, the UPI ID and the salary bill. Now click on ‘Pay Your Bills’. Apart from this, you can select that biller from the list.
For example, if you want to pay your BEST Mumbai Electricity Bill, select it from the list and link it to your account. Here, you have to enter your consumer number and give it a few names for easy reference. After the details are verified, it will receive your bill details, and if the latest bill has been created, it will show you the latest amount, bill date and bill details.
When you tap on the payment bill, it will ask you to choose between the linked bank accounts, then for the certification, enter the 4 digit UPI PIN associated with that bank account. After all this, your payment is complete, just like you can add a new biller to this process.
The utility bill payment option is in addition to the existing payment service, which can send money to bank accounts using bank account number and IFSC or through the use of a user ID (VPA-Virtual Payment Address) or QR code.