OnePlus Pay system is here – see what it has to offer

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At the launch of the OnePlus 7T series of mobile phones on September 26 last year, OnePlus announced that it would unveil its mobile payment system in 2020. According to inside sources, OnePlus Pay will first arrive in China. Subsequently, it will move to other markets like India and the US. At the time of the announcement, the company was very stingy with details. It did not part with any other information apart from the name and perhaps the release time which it gave as “sometime next year”. Now, OnePlus mobile payment platform is active in China.

OnePlus Pay system supports only three Chinese bank cards for now

According to speculations, the OnePlus Pay function will arrive on the OnePlus 7T series in March. Other models are still in the pipeline and will get this feature later. Recent information from AwerTiger, claims that the OnePlus Pay system is now active. Although OnePlus is yet to officially announce this feature, ITHome confirms OnePlus Pay in the “Wallet” App of OnePlus 7T Pro. At present, the payment platform supports few bank card types. It supports the savings cards of Guangfa Bank, Minsheng Bank, and SPDB, and the credit cards of Guangfa Bank and SPDB. Users of OnePlus 7T Pro may want to check the wallet app for this feature. If you are using another model, the feature is coming soon.

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Bank cards that OnePlus Pay support for now

Mobile payment is very popular in huge markets like China, India and the US. The likes of Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, and others all have their mobile payment system. Although OnePlus announced its mobile payment platform in India, it doesn’t seem like the feature will focus on India. Starting from its home town, China, will be a good strategy. Though the payment platform has been spotted in China, the company is not saying anything about it.

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What do you think about this mobile payment platform? Would you migrate from your current mobile payment system to OnePlus Pay if it was available in your country? Let us know your opinion in the comment section below.

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  1. Guest
    March 24, 2020

    Whatbis then point of doing something Google pay does well, they should focus on other stuff

  2. Devon Malonson
    March 24, 2020

    The only thing that would make me switch is if the payment process was like Samsung Pay where it could be used on any card reader regardless of NFC support on the retailer side. Otherwise I’ll be staying with Google Pay

  3. Bo Pedersen
    March 25, 2020

    I’m in the same boat as Devon.
    It has to function seamlessly, and work regardless of NFC support.
    I do live the idea of keeping everything in house.
    I support OnePlus Pay, so long as it’s done correctly, with all major bank supplier here in Canada.