Facebook users can now PayPal in Messenger

More than 2.5 million people have linked their PayPal account with Messenger, the mobile payment company said.

PayPal, Online payment gateway giant now lets its United States users send and request money through Facebook Messenger. Recently Facebook Messenger Lets you Send Money to Friends with PayPal. Tap the blue plus icon, then hit the green Payments button.

Skype and, now, Facebook Messenger are just some of the chat services that allow users to send money.

Messenger 141.0.0.29.76 beta brings a couple of performance improvements and bug fixes, including the integration of call history and missed calls in one place. In 2016, the two companies inked a person-to-person deal, letting Messenger users shop and pay through the e-payment system. Whether it's splitting a bill for a cab ride, paying your share of the rent, or making sure you get paid back for mom's birthday present, paying in Messenger with PayPal makes paying or requesting money super easy.

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Facebook Messenger (FB) and PayPal (PYPL) just got a little closer. Consumers now want the ability to transact wherever they are and however they want, and PayPal is committed to being the best option to enable this.

You also now have a PayPal Customer Service Bot in the Messenger so you don't have to leave it again even if you need account support.

The feature is now only rolling out in the U.S. and limited to iOS, with Android support coming soon. A recent article describes the process used: You can access the feature the same way you'd pay with a card. Sadly, there is no any official information regarding the availability of it on Android platform yet, however we would get to hear the same from the officials very soon. More information will be revealed in the coming days by the giant. Stay tuned with us for more such useful updates in the coming days.

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