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Xiaomi Mi Pay UPI-based mobile payments service launched in India, signup for beta test now

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Xiaomi Mi Pay UPI-based mobile payments service launched in India, available in beta for now

If you are interested, you can sign up for the new Xiaomi payments service via the Mi Pay website here before December 31st. Once you are eligible for the beta testing, you can add a bank account to Mi Pay app.

If your phone is running Xiaomi’s MIUI Beta ROM, you can sign up for Mi Pay, signup link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdcYWh...

Xiaomi has partnered with RuPay card, NPCI, UPI, ICICI Bank and PayU payment gateway for the launch of Mi Pay in India.

Mi Pay will allow users to make payments via debit cards, credit cards, and netbanking too.

Users will be able to create personal QR codes for receiving payments and scan QR codes including Bharat QR codes.

Mi Pay app also features several add-on utilities like cellular recharges, DTH, electricity bills, you get the idea.

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So, Chinese started to steal UPI data also ?

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raghavendra1022507 wrote:

So, Chinese started to steal UPI data also ?

May be or may be not.

now you can’t launch any payment service in India without Data localization.

today’s news Indian Industry Supports Govt’s Move for Data Storage and Access Localisation.

Xiaomi says all user-generated data will be saved and stored within its India-based cloud infrastructure in a highly encrypted format.

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I will wait till new-user offers are launched on it. wink

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abhishek012 wrote:

May be or may be not.

now you can’t launch any payment service in India without Data localization.

today’s news Indian Industry Supports Govt’s Move for Data Storage and Access Localisation.

Xiaomi says all user-generated data will be saved and stored within its India-based cloud infrastructure in a highly encrypted format.

Not maybe, definitely rolleyes

That’s not gonna last, RCEP will do away with this RBI norm. Look that up, the govt shouldn’t hand over our economy on a platter to these effin Chinese rage

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