How to Send Money Using BHIM App

Now send money using BHIM App which is an Aadhar based application for digital transactions. BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) App has launched by Prime Minister of India to promote cashless transactions. BHIM App is an Aadhar based payment app through which you transfer money using your mobile. The size of BHIM App is 2MB. BHIM App has launched on 30 December 2016 with the aim to increase digital payment.

BHIM App was named in the honour of Bhimrao Ambedkar who gave the constitution for the country. The BHIM App is a rebranded version of USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) and UPI (Unified Payment Interface).

Prime Minister has launched the BHIM App to facilitate cashless transactions and digital payment system in India. BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) App will be downloaded through Google play store. BHIM App facilitate online payment by using the mobile phones.

How to send money using BHIM App

Follow these steps to send money using BHIM App from one account to another

    • First open the app.
    • Click on send money option.
    • Enter mobile number or Payment Address or Aadhar number.
    • Enter amount which you want to send.Select your bank account.
    • Enter the UPI (Unified Payment Interface) PIN and send money.

After following these steps you send money to anyone which you want to send.

You can send money to everyone by using the BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) App. You need to register and set a UPI (Unified Payment Interface) PIN of your Debit Card details linked to their bank account. If the beneficiaries already linked with UPI then they simply use their Payment Address or mobile number for transfer the money.

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