UPI is No Longer Free- Charges Applicable From 1 May 2019

UPI Is No Longer Free –

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Upto Rs 5 Per UPI Transaction Will Be Charged From You The Unified Payments Interface, which made transactions and transfers of money so much easier for us, will now come at a cost.
Soon, P2P and UPI funds transfers will be chargeable by some banks and it won’t take long for other banks to implement this rule.

UPI transactions were, up until now the only mode of transfers which were free of charge, but this sudden decision is sure to make a dent in the ease of the much-loved mode of online transactions.

 These charges will be applicable from May 1, 2019.

Kotak Mahindra Levies Charges on Transactions Kotak Mahindra Bank is the first one in line and has announced that charges will be applicable on UPI payments. After the first 30 transactions in a month, Kotak plans to levy a charge on each P2P and UPI kotransactions, and this includes the transfer of money using the bank account number and IFSC (Indian Financial System Code).

Rohit Rao, who is Kotak Mahindra Bank’s Chief Communication Officer said, “While we continue to offer the first 30 P2P UPI transactions per month at no cost, charges are being introduced only for all subsequent UPI P2P fund transfers, beyond the monthly 30 free transactions.” Every transaction made through UPI, below or equal to the amount of Rs. 1000 will be charged with Rs. 2.50. If the amount of transaction is above Rs. 1000, each transaction will be charged Rs. 5. Additionally, an 18% GST charge will be levied as well.

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