Airpay gives you the flexibility to accept payments from multiple channels. These options make it easier for your guests to pay for the services.
In this article, you will learn about the payment methods supported in Airpay.
In addition to credit cards, debit cards, and internet banking, Airpay supports the following:
UPI: Unified Payments Interface or UPI allows your guests to link multiple bank accounts to a single UPI account for managing payments. Guests must enter the UPI address or the UPI ID which is typically <username>@.<bankname>
Note: Your guests can also use other UPI based apps such as PhonePe, Google Pay, MobiKwik, Jio Money, and OlaMoney to make payments.
PAYTM: PAYTM is a private payments bank, that allows your guests to link their bank accounts for making payments. PAYTM also offers UPI and wallet services. Note: Guests must enter their PAYTM registered mobile number to initiate the payment.
Amazon Pay: Amazon Pay is an online payment service from Amazon.
Note: Amazon Pay requires your guests to have an active Amazon account with sufficient pay balance.
BharatQR: BharatQR is a P2M (Person to Merchant) mobile payment system that is based on the QR codes. When initiating the payment via BharatQR, your guests will see an option to generate a QR code. This code includes details of your bank account. Your guests will scan the QR code by using their bank app or any UPI app, validate the details, and make the payment.
A sample image of the QR Code: