Google Pay supports the linking of multiple bank account on their platforms. That’s great features of Google Pay and especially for those users who hold multiple bank accounts can add two or more than bank accounts in Google pay.
Well, there are some steps to be followed to complete the process of add two bank accounts in Google Pay. After this, you will be able to use your multiple bank account in one Google Pay(Tez) account.
As of now, many numbers of peoples are operation more than 1 bank accounts. So it is feasible for them to add both bank accounts in google Pay for availing the top services of Google Pay like send money from Google Pay, Google Pay Primary Accounts, and many more.
What Is Google Pay (Formerly Tez)
Google Pay (Formerly Tez) is a mobile payment service launch by Google. Google Pay is specially targeted at users in India. Basically, we can send money from Google Pay applications in various methods. The best way to send the money to another user is by their mobile number with UPI (Unified Payment Interface) which has been developed by the National Payments Corporation Of India (NPCI).
How To Link Two Bank Accounts In Google Pay (Tez)
Nowadays every person holds one or more than two bank accounts. It has also many benefits of having two bank accounts linked to Google Pay (Tez) for separating personal accounts, joint accounts, salary accounts, etc. One can easily link two bank accounts to Google Pay (Tez) within a minute.
Steps To Be Followed For Adding Two Bank Accounts In Google Pay (Tez)
Follow our step by step guide on how to add multiple bank accounts in Google Pay accounts. You can also switch from one bank account to another bank account by making one account as a primary account on your Google Pay account.
Step 1: First of all launch your Google Pay app and make sure you are login to your Google Pay account.
Step 2: Now you need to tap on our profile located at the top right corner of your screen.
Step 3: After that, you can see your bank account which is linked to Google Pay under bank account and cards section. Click on it to add your bank accounts.
Step 4: At this step, you can see your all bank accounts which are linked with Google Pay. You can also see an option to add bank accounts click on it.
Step 5: After this, you need to select your bank account which you want to add.
Step 6: Once selected your bank you need to verify your mobile number with Google Pay. Make sure that your registered mobile number must be in the same device in which you are operating your Google Pay account.
Step 7: After successful verification of your mobile number, you can see your bank accounts details which are linked with the mobile number present on your device.
If you have already had UPI Pin for that account then enter your PIN otherwise create a new UPI PIN to proceed further.
Once entered correct UPI Pin your bank accounts are linked with your Google Pay accounts. Now you can easily switch from one bank account to another in an easy way.
Note: Standard charges will be applied to verifying your mobile number. You must have some balance to verify your mobile number.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Yes, the amount will be credited instantly. Whether you choose to send money with account details or directly by contact number. You can send money from various accounts by single Google Pay. You can do this by adding or link more than one account on Google Pay.
Recently Google Pay added a cricket game in its recent update named Tez Shots. Tez Shots is a cricket game by which you can earn money up to 3300 rs by playing cricket. Sounds amazing you will get money which is up to 3300 by playing cricket. So, let’s understand what is it and how one can get that money by using simple tricks.
There is no confirmed chance for the winning amount. But it is all probability of winning the cashback. But from my side, there is a fewer number of chances for winning the amount in Google Pay as compared to PhonePe.There is more percentage of winning in PhonePe as compared to Google Pay, but the amount in PhonePe is less as compared to Google Pay.