The tech giants Facebook and Paypal are going to join hands in order to expand themselves over a wide area. Facebook is going to introduce PayPal in its messenger app to make online payment easier.
PayPal payments are currently available to the selective users on messenger only, but all other users will be able to see this in the next update. After this, all the users will be able to connect their PayPal account with the Facebook and messenger app at PayPal checkout.
CEO of the payment Company has been agreed and has confirmed that Messenger is going to start the native payments, through which the users will be able to purchase things directly from the messenger app.
Facebook users will have the new option, which will allow them to receive notification about the transaction in their accounts on Messenger and will also be able to receive transaction receipts.
The notifications will be about your order confirmation, shipping address, and total payment made. Facebook managers or operators will be able to access the information about the users of the PayPal. The number of users of Paypal is around 192 million.
This is not the first time that PayPal has joined hands with the Facebook for the better economy. In December, Paypal has processed all the payments for the uber rides via Messenger. Moreover, Facebook will allow PayPal to sell products through Facebook pages.
“THESE NEW CAPABILITIES DEEPEN OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH FACEBOOK. PAYPAL’S MOBILE-OPTIMIZED EXPERIENCE, WHEN COMBINED WITH RELEVANT, IN-CONTEXT COMMERCE EXPERIENCES, WILL HELP OFFER A COMPELLING AND FRICTIONLESS COMMERCE EXPERIENCE.”