Rapyd Payment Methods in India


The Fastest Way to Access and Offer India’s Top Payment Methods

Reach new customers and grow revenue with a single platform that provides a truly local payment experience in India and around the world.

Rapyd provides deep local payment expertise in every market and manages infrastructure, licensing, and compliance so you can focus on growing your business.

  • Local payment methods including cards, bank transfers, ewallets, and cash
  • Accept payments and make payouts in 100+ countries
  • Online, in-store and mobile app payments

Top payment methods available through Rapyd in India



Local and international debit and credit card networks



More than 10 ewallets drive online and offline purchases

Bank Transfers


Real-time and legacy transfers to over 157 Indian banks



Convert cash to electronic funds in convenience stores



India Solidarity Programme: 0% MDR + No Fixed Fees

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Uncover the ecommerce and payment data and trends you need to grow business and increase conversions in India and across the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Internet Penetration
  • Annual eCommerce Market Value
    $36.5 billion
  • Smartphone Penetration
  • Annual Mobile Commerce Market
    $16.8 billion
Rapyd Asia-Pacific eCommerce and Payments Guide

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Top eCommerce Payment Methods

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Provide a Local Payment Experience in India

The majority of online sales in India are cross-border and India’s vast population offers a high rate of sustained growth for companies that gain a foothold now. Success means localizing your online and mobile experiences and offering a variety of payment methods. While cards are currently the most popular way to pay, bank transfers and ewallets will overtake them quickly as more of India’s young, tech-savvy population comes online.

  • 74% Of the population transacts cross-border

Nielsen Connected Consumer

  • 60%Mobile as a percentage of ecommerce

J.P. Morgan Global Payment Trends

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