Flutterwave, Africa’s leading payment technology company, today announced Google Pay, a mobile payment service developed by Google, as Flutterwave’s payment method. As part of this collaboration, Google Pay is an additional payment option for Flutterwave for business merchants. This collaboration offers customers secure and smooth payments and a convenient checkout experience.
Google Pay is a safe, easy and convenient way to make contactless payments in stores and make payments in apps and online. Users store their Google Pay cards in Google Wallet, a digital wallet app available on supported Android smartphones, tablets, or watches.
This collaboration enables Google Pay users in supported countries around the world to pay businesses with Flutterwave across Africa. With an average transaction completion time of 3 minutes, this integration aims to reduce cart abandonment for Flutterwave businesses.
How it works
1. Go to the Flutterwave website 2. Choose where you want to pay 3. Complete the order.
Select payment with Google Pays as a payment method 5. Make the payment according to your Google Pay information. Flutterwave merchants must manually log in to their dashboard to receive payments via Google Pay.
Olugbenga ‘GB’ Agboola, Founder and CEO of Flutterwave, said: “Flutterwave’s continued and rapid growth is driven by our commitment to creating a platform where payments are simplified for everyone. The GooglePay payment option will attract more international customers and increase the current success rate of Flutterwave companies. Integration with Google Pay allows users around the world to participate in Africa’s thriving e-commerce ecosystem. This allows us to continue to deliver on our promise to create endless opportunities for all.”
About Flutterwave Flutterwave is Africa’s leading payments technology company, enabling businesses around the world to expand their presence in Africa and other emerging markets through a cross-enabled platform. – border payments through a single API Flutterwave has processed more than 200 million transactions worth more than $16 billion and serves more than 900,000 businesses, including customers such as Uber, Flywire, Booking.com, etc.
The main advantage of the company is international payment processing in 150 currencies and multiple payment methods, including local and international cards, mobile wallets, bank transfers, Flutterwave exchange, etc. Flutterwave has infrastructure coverage in over 34 African countries, including Nigeria, Uganda and Kenya, and South Africa. Learn more about the Flutterwave journey at www.flutterwave.com