Paytm’s cutting-edge solutions are not just innovative but transformative. Its revolutionary QR code is a game-changer, especially for India’s small businesses. The iconic device has now been used by the Australian Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Richard Marles to make UPI payments to a lemonade seller in Delhi.
Sidhant Sibal, a user of X (Former Twitter) shared a captivating video of Minister Marles doing UPI payments via Paytm QR saying, “Australia Deputy Prime minister & Defence minister @RichardMarlesMP showed how UPI (@Paytm) is used for payments in India,” he tweeted.
The Australia Deputy Prime Minister is in India for 2+2 ministerial dialogue. Earlier in the day he visited the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi.
Even the German Embassy in India had in the month of August 2023, applauded Paytm’s impact on India’s digital infrastructure when Germany’s Federal Minister for Digital and Transport, Volker Wissing, engaged seamlessly in UPI transactions using the Paytm QR code.
The embassy shared images and a video of Minister Wissing making a payment to a local vegetable vendor with the Paytm Soundbox in Bengaluru. His experience highlighted the speed, convenience, and sophistication Paytm’s technology brings to financial transactions and of course Paytm Soundbox’ signature audio confirmations for payments..
As a preferred payment choice for millions across India, Paytm is not just facilitating transactions but empowering small businesses with rapid, convenient, and secure payments. At the forefront of the Digital India initiative, the company continues to redefine everyday payments and contribute to financial inclusion with its diverse range of payment options and cutting-edge devices.