Use BHIM App for Cashless transactions

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A new move by Mr. Prime Minister towards digital India BHIM. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had launched BHIM (Bharat Interface For Money) App that allows people to link their mobile numbers to smartphones and make cashless transactions. BHIM App will make the use of Aadhar Card authentication to make cashless transactions. As of now, BHIM App is available only for android but we can expect that the app will available for IOS and other platforms soon.

The BHIM App can be set up within few click and allow us safe, secure and simple cashless transactions. One can also scan QR code and send/receive payments and make cashless transactions. It’s not a mobile wallet, as it is directly linked to your bank account(s).

The Aadhar-based payment application allows users to check the bank balance directly from the app. There is a limit of Rs.10,000 per transaction and Rs.20,000 in 24 hours.

The app is developed by National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI). The app is available only in Hindi and English, but soon it will support other languages.

 

Where to Download BHIM App?

There is no any problem in download and installing the BHIM App since it is already available on google play store.

Search the app on play store or you can download directly from here. The will be launched for other platforms soon.

Now Install & open the app and agree all the on-screen instructions.

So this is how you can download and install the new UIDAI payment app on your smartphone.

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How to Use BHIM App for Cashless transactions?

Payment through the new Aadhar card payment app is quite simpler and easier. After downloading the app from play store, user need to register on the BHIM app by his/her bank account and set up a UPI Pin for it. The user’s mobile number will become the payment address. Once registered, user can start the cashless transaction from the BHIM app. The money can also be sent to non-UPI supported banks. This can be done using MMID and IFSC.

Link for BHIM

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