Ways to go Cashless in India.
Go cashless with ATM / Credit / Debit cards:
This is the only one easy way for an illiterate, then just handing card to petrol pumps and entering the PIN and checking amount also.
Swipe card >> Enter PIN>> check The Amount.
Credit card vs Debit card
Now we are using all Debit cards as the credit card except for only international Transactions.
Debit cards not allowed to make international Transactions. but we use it online shopping at Indian merchant like Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal etc.
How to Use ATM /debit card for online transactions?
On the payment gateway page Select debit card>> Then Bank Name>> Enter ATM card details
- ATM Number
- Expiry date
Then it will redirects to Authorized website asks you to set the password with your ATM PIN. in case you forgotten you can reset by mobile number or ATM PIN.
Enter the password you created click to confirm the transaction then it will redirect to Merchant website. you can see transaction is successfully either decline or unsuccessful.
NET Banking / Online banking
Net banking Registration: it’s easy you can register with ATM Card & bank account Details. you can register for Net banking online with ATM Card Popular banks like SBI, SBH, HDFC and other etc.
Bank wire transfer: NEFT/RTGS/IMPS/Same bank Group.
IMPS: Stands for Immediate Payment Service, Instantly transfer Up to 2 lakhs But within 24 hours of the new beneficiary only 10,000 Transfer limited instant. but You can use NEFT for remaining amount. only for the 1st 24hours.
NEFT: Stands for National Electronic Funds Transfer (started in 2005) you can transfer Upto 2 lakhs but this payment processes in only working days(Sunday & public holidays schedule for ext working day)
RTGS: (Real time gross settlement) Minimum 2 lakhs for this Transaction. instant credit is the main feature.
New Bank Account Activation time: Within 4 hours it will be Activated (3.15 hours).
You can activate instantly with ATM Card. Go to Nearest Select Services, Approved, Beneficiary enter IRTA (Which is Available instead of Mobile Activation. you can check it about more on SBI Net banking Tutorials.
Flash News!: Every Bank Now offering Internet banking registration Online with ATM card, unlike branch Activation. look at HDFC nett banking registration online.
Mobile Banking Through Apps:
Almost all banks have Android & IOS mobile apps, Just download the app. you can learn how to use the app automatically, All state bank groups have only 1 app & SBI Holds 1 separate app(State bank anywhere). HDFCPayz app popular in private sectors.
Popular E-wallets in India:
You can Add money to your wallet from net banking/Credit card and ATM /Debit card. Maximum Amount for any e-wallet 20,000 as of now.
- No transaction fees.
- you can withdraw money to the bank account
- Send money to other e-wallet account holders using Mobile number.
How to use PayTM?
You can download Paytm App from Google Play Store (Android store). Now, App you can login in Chrome Browser in your mobile. Enter your mobile number and you can Get OTP to your Mobile number enter to login. once you logged in you can send receive money through Paytm wallet.
How to register on Paytm?
Download App or visit web page on the browser. enter your mobile and email id, You can OTP Authorize OTP and Create a password for PAytm. then you can log in.
How to send / Receive / Add money to Paytm wallet?
- After you logged into Paytm wallet click on Send button
- enter the Mobile number of another PayTm e-wallet holder
- and enter the Amount to send
- Click on Send and OTP Generated on receiver mobile phone. enter that OTP in your app to successful transfer.
- Jio money
- Airtel Money
- Idea Money
- Ola Money
- Snapdeal wallet
- Amazon Money
E wallets by banks
- State bank Buddy
- Citi MasterPass
- HDFC PayZapp
- ICICI Pockets
There are 20+ e-wallets India. choose the best one. Use e wallets instead of Credit/ debit cards and net banking to Avoid Transaction fees.
UPI payments Unified payment interface
what is UPI (unified payment interface)?
UPI Stands for unified payment interface.
How UPI Money Transfer Works?
Just like Email transfer. Yeah, it’s true. Forst of all you have to create an email id called Virtual Payment Identification Number or Virtual Payment Address.
Then you can Transfer money as sending the email.
There is Every bank holds aUPI App, But UPI Improving one app for all banks. but we can use 3rd party apps for all banks. but focus on security.
I haven’t tried UPI Before for coming to State bank of India. There is the app called SBI Pay
What Is (Virtual payment Address) VPA & UPI?
VPA Is part of UPI Unified payment interface VPA means just like email Address yourname@SBI. you can send the money to another person Freiondname@ICICI.
Send Money Through Mobile USSD Codes?
USSD Mobile banking Available in 11 Regional languages In India.
What do you need?
Registered Mobile number with Bank account.
MMID: we can generate it Online net banking or use other bank account number IFSC. MMID useful in IMPS transfer
What is MMID & How to create It?
MMID- Mobile Money Identifier, a 7 digits code, allotted by the bank, when a user registers for mobile banking.
Value Added service:
Actually, MMID used to send Through IMPS but IMPS also use bank Account with IFSC so we may not need for IMPS transaction.
Many ways to generate MMID
- USSD Code from Mobile Number,
- Banking App,
- SMS service.
- ATM Card >> servicess>>IMPS
What is MPIN & How to create & use it?
MPIN means in banking Personal Identification Number. Used to authorise IMPS Transactions & USSD based Transaction.4 digits PIN to authorise transactions. every bank has the different way to create.
National Unified USSD Platform (NUUP)
No internet connectiopn required
Hindi (*99*22#), Marathi (*99*28#), Bengali (*99*29#), Punjabi (*99*30#), Kannada (*99*26#), Gujarati (*99*27#), Tamil (*99*23#), Telugu (*99*24#), Malayalam (*99*25#), Oriya (*99*32#) and Assamese (*99*31#).
National Unified Platform Benefits:
Transfer Money 3 ways:
- With MMID & Phone Number of the Receipt Account Holder.(Have to generate MMID if not yet)
- With Bank Account Number & IFSC Code, (have to keep Bank details.)
- Easy Way, enter Beneficiary Aadhaar Number and click Transfer. (Aadhaar number need to update with Bank)
Cons: Sometimes you get Disconnected as USSD overloaded.
Transfer limit 5000-6000 per day.
Aadhaar Based Payments
Highest security among transactions. with this, every person has to update Aadhaar Number with the bank.
In the time of transaction enter the bank name (we may one more bank accounts) authorise with thumb impressions or iris.
Bank Prepaid Cards
These virtual credit cards you can create credit card by net banking add some amount to use it.
also, you can close the card whenever you want remaining amount will be credited to your bank account.
Main reason to use this prepaid cards: Security, No loss of CARD CVV, PIN Card details.
Cashless Transactions for Business Merchants
POS: Point of sale SBI Offering Swiping machine for 200 Monthly rental & it takes 10 days to get the machine more details how to apply for pos.
As seen as cashlessindia.gov.in.
- 1 Go cashless with ATM / Credit / Debit cards:
- 2 How to Use ATM /debit card for online transactions?
- 3 NET Banking / Online banking
- 4 Bank wire transfer: NEFT/RTGS/IMPS/Same bank Group.
- 5 Mobile Banking Through Apps:
- 6 Popular E-wallets in India:
- 7 How to use PayTM?
- 8 How to register on Paytm?
- 9 How to send / Receive / Add money to Paytm wallet?
- 10 UPI payments Unified payment interface
- 11 How UPI Money Transfer Works?
- 12 What Is (Virtual payment Address) VPA & UPI?
- 13 Send Money Through Mobile USSD Codes?
- 14 What is MMID & How to create It?
- 15 What is MPIN & How to create & use it?
- 16 National Unified USSD Platform (NUUP)
- 17 Aadhaar Based Payments
- 18 Bank Prepaid Cards
- 19 As seen as cashlessindia.gov.in.