After Demonetization, PM Narendra Modi announced a new online Payment app called Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) to encourage Indians to pay online. BHIM app for android is developed and managed by the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI).

The BHIM App is made an android application in India that encourages Indian people to use an online payment methods to pay for every small thing like vegetables, cabs, rickshaws, Grocery stores, etc.

Bhim App to Replace Cash Transaction in India

It works on top of the country’s UPI Mobile Banking Platform. The BHIM app uses a user’s mobile number as the payment address, like the Paytm app. The BHIM app has a simple and easy-to-use User Interface that enables you to operate easily without having any problems.

Called, the app works on top of the country’s UPI mobile banking platform and uses a mobile number as the payment address. The app, which has the simplest user interface for any UPI-enabled app to date, is positioned as a substitute for plastic cards and point-of-sale terminals.

This app is available on Google Play Store for Android smartphone users. To Use this app, you need to register your phone number and bank account with the BHIM app. After this, you can set up your UPI PIN number for the account. After registration, you can send money using the mobile number that is registered with the BHIM app as a payment address.

If you don’t want to use the phone number as a payment address, then you can create your Unique payment address to receive payments. This app’s main advantage is that it works across all Banks in India. So you don’t need to use a separate app for multiple accounts from different banks.

You can send money and also receive money using the QR code facility. The BHIM app also Supports the QR Code feature to make to others and also receive payments from others. One user can pay as much as rupees 20,000 in a day.

Here we have listed all Banks in India that supports the BHIM Payment facility.

  1. State Bank of India
  2. Allahabad Bank
  3. Andhra Bank
  4. Axis Bank
  5. Bank of Baroda
  6. Bank of Maharashtra
  7. Canara Bank
  8. Catholic Syrian Bank
  9. Central Bank of India
  10. DCB Bank
  11. Dena Bank
  12. Federal Bank
  13. HDFC Bank
  14. ICICI Bank
  15. IDBI Bank
  16. IDFC Bank
  17. Punjab National Bank
  18. RBL Bank
  19. South Indian Bank
  20. Standard Chartered Bank
  21. Syndicate Bank
  22. Indian Bank
  23. Indian Overseas Bank
  24. IndusInd Bank
  25. Karnataka Bank
  26. Karur Vysya Bank
  27. Kotak Mahindra Bank
  28. Oriental Bank of Commerce
  29. Union Bank of India
  30. United Bank of India
  31. Vijaya Bank
SOURCEfinancialexpress.com
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