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  • Google Tez launches e-wallet for cashless Indians
  • Google Tez launches e-wallet for cashless Indians
    Jonas Leupe (2017) ©
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Google Tez launches e-wallet for cashless Indians

Google is the latest brand to join the e-payment fray in India, as it releases its e-wallet app, Tez. In a country that retired high-denomination notes in 2016, Google is one of several brands looking to help Indian people make transactions of any amount, as seamlessly as possible.

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