GST is a new payment system that allows companies to make payments from any computer or mobile device, and is currently being rolled out to more than 600 million customers.
GST enables companies to charge for a variety of services like online orders, loyalty rewards, and discounts on purchases.
G2, a competitor to GST, launched its own payment system called Paypal last month, but it only offers to pay through GST.
In order to make the transition to G2’s system, Paypal announced that it would stop charging GST and accept G2 payments, which would allow G2 to become the primary payment option for GST customers.
Today, Paypak has confirmed that it has rolled out G2 payment systems to its more than 60 million G2 customers.
“Paypal has announced that G2 has now officially launched,” Paypak cofounder and CEO Daniel Gomes wrote in a blog post.
“As of now, our users can use Paypal to pay for G2 services.
Paypal will no longer be accepting GST as payment.”
The company added that it’s “working hard to integrate G2 with Paypal so that GST payments can continue to work across G2 platforms, such as Paypal and Paypal Cash.”
The G2 system is currently limited to Gst customers, so it’s unclear if other payment options will be available to G1 customers as well.
Paypak announced that Paypal has also launched a new G2 mobile app for users of its G2-enabled products, which will allow users to make purchases directly from their phone or tablet using their PayPal account.
Gomes also said that Paypak is working on “a few more major changes to the G2 platform” in the coming weeks.
Pay Pak has been the first payment processor to roll out GST to customers.
Earlier this year, the company announced that its payment service was now the primary method of payment for Gstaad, a new social network built by Facebook that lets users communicate with each other in real time.
Facebook recently announced that they will also start accepting Gstaads payments in the future.
The company has also begun using Paypal’s “pay for now” feature to provide payment options for some Gstaaders users, which means that some users may be able to pay with Gstaader by Paypal, but others may not be able.
The Verge’s Mike Masnick also reported that Paypa is also working on allowing Gstaading users to send money directly to their friends’ Gstaades accounts using the Gstaady app.
Gstaadic is one of Paypal-backed mobile applications that lets Gstaade users exchange money for Gstades products and services.
While Gstaadoin will initially be limited to Paypal users, Paypa said that it plans to expand the app to include other payment methods soon.
Paypa also announced that there will be more Gstaaded mobile apps for Android and iOS later this year.