UPI Payment through Missed Call: The government is constantly taking new steps for the convenience of the people in the digital world. In this episode, the UPI123Pay initiative has been started by the Reserve Bank this week. Through this initiative, now you will be able to easily make your UPI payment through just one missed call.
The government is constantly taking new steps for the convenience of the people in the digital age. At the same time, emphasis is being laid on making daily payments easy. In this episode, this week the Reserve Bank of India launched the UPI123Pay initiative. The aim of this initiative is to make UPI payments more easy and convenient. The special thing is that under this initiative, feature phone users have got an option to make UPI payments. Through this option, people will be able to make UPI payment with a missed call. Actually, till now UPI payment could be done only from the smartphone. Can be accessed through UPI’s NUUP (National Unified USSD Platform) using a shortcode of *99#.
This method is quite new at the moment. This is the reason why not many people know about it till now. Let us tell you that there are more than 400 million feature phone mobile customers in the country.
This is the purpose of UPI123pay
Actually, the purpose of launching UPI123pay by the Reserve Bank is to motivate mobile users to make UPI payments. Four different options have been included in UPI123Pay.
These are the four options of UPI123Pay
1. App-based functionality
2. Missed call
3. Interactive voice response (IVR)
4. Proximity-sound based payment
How to make UPI payment through missed call
To know how to make UPI payment through the 123Pay facility from the missed call, some steps have to be followed. Which is like this…
– Give a missed call to the number displayed at the merchant outlet.
– You will receive an IVR call, confirm that you want to transfer funds
– Now enter the amount you want to transfer.
Enter your UPI PIN and after that, the money will be transferred.
You can do these things instantly
You can use the UPI123Pay facility to pay for certain things. For example, at the time of recharging fast tag for vehicles, at the time of payment of important bills (water, electricity bill), DTH, etc. to be recharged.
It also allows you to check your account balance information linked to UPI. Furthermore, the new feature will allow you to set or change your UPI PIN.
All the information will be found here
The National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) has started a 24×7 helpline for digital payments with the aim of supporting 123Pay. Users can visit www.digisaathi.info.
Apart from this, you can also call on 14431 and 1800 891 3333 from your phone for your queries on digital payments and complaints.