National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) announced on Thursday that bank applications for the Unified Payment Interface have officially become operational, which means thatBHIM App and UPI apps of banks can now be downloaded and used for transactions:
What is UPI and BHIM what can a user do with the app?
UPI and BHIM is a payment system that allows money transfer between any two bank accounts by using a smartphone.
BHIM and UPI allows a customer to pay directly from a bank account to different merchants, both online and offline, without the hassle of typing credit card details, IFSC code, or net banking/wallet passwords.
BHIM App Customer Care
Contact form : BHIM APP Support
BHIM App Customer Care Number : ( Updating Soon)
BHEEM app Toll Free Number : (Updating Soon )
Dial 14444 for digital payments queries
अगर आपके मन में भी कोई सवाल हैं, तो 14444 हेल्पलाइन पर आपको उनका जवाब मिल सकता है।
How does it work?
Register your bank account with BHIM, and set a UPI PIN for the bank account. Your mobile number is your payment address (PA), and you can simply start transacting. Yes! It is that simple.
Send / Receive Money: Send money to or receive money from friends, family and customers through a mobile number or payment address. Money can also be sent to non UPI supported banks using IFSC and MMID. You can also collect money by sending a request and reverse payments if required.
Check Balance: You can check your bank balance and transactions details on the go.
Custom Payment Address: You can create a custom payment address in addition to your phone number.
QR Code: You can scan a QR code for faster entry of payment addresses. Merchants can easily print their QR Code for display.
Transaction Limits: Maximum of Rs. 10,000 per transaction and Rs. 20,000 within 24 hours.
Language supported: Hindi and English. More languages coming soon!
BHIM requires permission to your Phone Calls & SMS to verify your phone number.
For more information: visit https://upi.npci.org.in/static/faq/en_US/
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