Payments giant PayPal has partnered with Skype to enable users to transfer fund via their Skype mobile app in 22 countries.
To send money instantly, users will be able to use PayPal directly from their Skype app.In order to utilise this feature the user needs to select “Find” option on the top bar and then choose “Send Money”. The transaction will be completed once the amount is entered and the payment is confirmed.
Initially, the feature will be available on the latest version of Skype for iOS and Android mobile devices.
“At PayPal, we are committed to putting our customers’ needs first. That’s why we aim to provide people with choice and flexibility in how they send or receive money. Over the past year, we’ve partnered with Apple, Slack and Microsoft to enable peer-to-peer (P2P) payments with PayPal and Venmo in more places and in more contexts where people are connecting online and on mobile, such as a voice command with Siri, in chat with iMessage and Slack, and in email via Microsoft’s Outlook.com,” John Kunze, vice president for global consumer product & Xoom at PayPal wrote in a blog post.