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Updated: May 23, 2023

Steps to split bills on Google Pay


To split bills using Google Pay, follow these steps:

Install Google Pay: If you haven't already, download and install the Google Pay app on your mobile device. Ensure you have a Google account and link it to the app.

Open Google Pay: Launch the Google Pay app on your device. Sign in if prompted.

Start a Transaction: To split a bill, you need to initiate a transaction. Tap on the "Send" or "Pay" button, usually located at the bottom of the screen.

Choose a Contact: Select the person you want to split the bill with from your contacts list. You can either search for their name or select them from your recent contacts.

Enter the Amount: Input the total bill amount that you want to split. Make sure you enter the correct value to ensure accurate calculations.

Split the Bill: Look for the option to split the bill on the transaction screen. Depending on the version of Google Pay you're using, this option may vary. It could be labelled as "Split equally," "Split by amount," or similar.

Specify Split Method: Choose how you want to split the bill. You can split it equally among all recipients, or you can assign specific amounts to each person involved. Select the appropriate option based on your preference.

Review and Confirm: Review the bill split details to ensure they are accurate. Double-check the amounts assigned to each recipient. If everything looks correct, confirm the split.

Send the Request: After confirming, Google Pay will send a request to the selected contact(s) to split the bill. The recipient(s) will receive a notification and can choose to accept or decline the request.

Confirm the Split: Once the recipient(s) accept the request, Google Pay will finalize the bill split. You will receive a confirmation message indicating that the bill has been split successfully.

Note: Both you and the recipient(s) need to have Google Pay installed and set up on your devices to split bills using this method. Additionally, ensure you have a stable internet connection for a seamless experience.

Remember, Google Pay's interface may change over time, so the exact steps and options may vary slightly.


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