After payments, WhatsApp to roll out insurance and pension products

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The messaging service app, backed by tech giant Facebook, is working in collaboration with financial institutions on pilots of micro insurance, and micro pension products

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Subrata Panda  | 
Mumbai 

After receiving approval to go live on the National Payment Corporation of India’s (NPCI) Unified Payment Interface (UPI) last month, is now planning to roll out and pension products by the end of the year.


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The messaging service app, backed by tech giant Facebook, is working in collaboration with financial institutions on pilots of micro insurance, and micro pension products. It is partnering with the SBI General to offer consumers health products.


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First Published: Thu, December 17 2020. 01:05 IST

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