The Reserve Bank of India has announced the withdrawal of Rs 2,000 note from circulation and has given people time till September 30 to exchange it. After hearing this announcement, people have started panicking and are eager to exchange the Rs 2,000 note kept at home. Everyone wants to change the Rs 2,000 note as soon as possible. Everyone is using the maximum of Rs 2000 so that it ends before 30 September.
kids: exchange ₹2000 note at bank
adults: order cash on delivery and give ₹2000 note
legends: never had ₹ 2000 note
since friday, 72% of our cash on delivery orders were paid in ₹2000 notes pic.twitter.com/jO6a4F2iI7
— zomato (@zomato) May 22, 2023
Zomato to launch its own UPI
Recently it was reported that Zomato is starting UPI service which will make it easier for users to make payments. The objective of launching UPI
is to make online payments easy for the customers. Till now it happens that people pay for Zomato orders through Google Pay, PayTm and other UPI apps, for this they have to switch to other apps. To make this process easier, Zomato is bringing its own UPI network so that people can pay from the app itself.
For Zomato UPI, users will have to create a new UPI ID by entering bank details and pay through the Zomato app itself. Currently Zomato UPI is not available for all users and only a select few have this facility available. Soon the company can rollout it at the mass level.
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