How to set up Google Pay? (Step by step)

Tutorial : How to set up Google Pay?

How to set up Google Pay? (Step by step)

  • Download the Google Pay app which is available for Android and iOS.
  • Provide your mobile number.
  • Sign in using your Google account.
  • Set up a 4-digit Google PIN to secure the app.
  • You will also need to set up your existing screen lock as your security PIN.

Add Bank :

  • You need to make sure your bank works with UPI.
  • Enter your UPI ID.
  • If you don’t have a UPI ID, you can enter your debit card information.
  • Open the Google Pay app. Tap your photo on the left and tap on “Payment Methods”.
  • Tap on the “Add Bank Account” tab.
  • Select your bank from the available list.

Features :

  • Features of Google Pay
  • Google Pay offers language support for Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu.
  • You can use your phone’s ID or fingerprint scanner to secure the payment app.
  • It also offers a number of cashback schemes for paying bills and transferring money.
  • Keep a track of the money you have earned from Google in the Rewards section.
  • If you refer Google Pay to a friend, you will earn Rs.51 cashback.
  • You can send up to Rs.1 lakh in one day across all UPI apps.
  • A single transaction via the Google Pay app cannot exceed Rs.1 lakh.
  • You cannot use Google Pay to transfer money for more than 10 times in a day.

Contact Google Pay India customer care

If you encounter issues when you use Google Pay (formerly known as Tez), help is here.

Call Google Pay India customer care number toll free at: 1-800-419-0157.

Connect with a support specialist team

See your options to connect with a support specialist.

  • Open the Google Pay app.
  • At the top-right, tap on your profile picture.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap Help and feedback.
  • Visit our Help Center
  • Open the Google Pay Help Center.
  • At the top-right, click Get help. See your options to connect with a support specialist.
  • Select your issue.
  • Choose the help topic that's relevant to your issue.