How to use Netbanking payment option on the Google Play Store? Here is the list of supported banks, and screenshots of how it works

A few days ago, we reported that a new Netbanking payment option was spotted for the Google Play Store in India. However, we could not get the option on our devices. But it appears the option is now live in India, and here are some screenshots of how it works.

Google Play India Net Banking

How to use Netbanking payment option on the Google Play Store?

Open the Play store app on your phone, and tap on the hamburger menu (or swipe in from the left), to bring th sidebar in to view. Tap on “Account” and select “Payment Options”. Click on the + button on the bottom right corner. You should see three options, and the second one says “Add Netbanking” (as seen above). Tap on it and you will see a list of the supported banks.

Here is the list of banks which are available for Netbanking payment option on the Google Play Store:

  1. Axis Bank
  2. Citibank
  3. HDFC Bank
  4. ICICI Bank
  5. Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait
  6. Bank of India
  7. Canara Bank
  8. Catholic Syrian Bank
  9. Central Bank of India
  10. City Union Bank
  11. Corporation Bank
  12. Deutsche Bank
  13. Development Credit Bank
  14. Dhanlaxmi Bank
  15. Federal Bank
  16. Indian Bank
  17. Indian Overseas Bank
  18. Induslnd Bank
  19. Industrial Development Bank of India
  20. Jammu and Kashmir Bank
  21. Karnataka Bank Ltd
  22. Karur Vysya Bank
  23. Kotak Bank
  24. Oriental Bank of commerce
  25. Punjab National Bank
  26. Ratnakar Bank
  27. South Indian Bank
  28. State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur
  29. State Bank of Hyderabad
  30. State Bank of India
  31. State Bank of Mysore
  32. State Bank of Patiala
  33. State Bank of Travancore
  34. Tamilnad Mercantile Bank
  35. Union Bank of India
  36. United Bank of India
  37. Vijaya Bank
  38. YES Bank
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We decided to buy an inexpensive app, called SD Maid Pro which costs about Rs. 21. We used our SBI account for it. Tap the buy button and you will get the payment selection screen, after which click on the buy button again. It redirects to the banks website (basically Google Play uses its own browser) . Then you will be prompted to login to your netbanking account (in this example Onlinesbi.com account). Do so, and tap the confirm button, and you will get an OTP password, which will be sent as an SMS to your registered mobile number. Use it to confirm the order and your payment will be successful.

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You can refund your purchase just like you can with Debit/Credit Cards or Google Play gift cards, but when we did so, it said that “Can’t give you a refund at this time. Try uninstalling later.” But I did get an email about the order cancellation. Google Play’s help page says that banking option refunds take a few days to process.



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