How to Recharge Your FASTag

You can recharge your FASTag through both online and offline channels. Many leading banks have now facilitated easy and quick recharge of your FASTag online. Here are the banks/NBFCs/financial institutions with whom you can recharge online:

  • SBI
  • HDFC Bank
  • ICICI Bank
  • Axis Bank
  • IDFC Bank
  • Karur Vysya Bank
  • Equitas Small Finance Bank
  • South Indian Bank
  • Punjab National Bank
  • Federal Bank
  • Syndicate Bank
  • Saraswat Bank
  • Paytm Payments Bank
  • And more

Recharging your FASTag

You can recharge your FASTag wallet in denominations of 100. The maximum limit for recharge will depend on the type of vehicle you own, and the account linked to your FASTag.

If you own multiple vehicles, you can link the FASTag of all of them to a single wallet.

If you have completed your KYC check, you can recharge your FASTag wallet for a maximum amount of Rs.1 lakh.

Online recharge of FASTag

You can recharge your tag through the following online channels:

  • BHIM UPI handle
  • Auto-debit
  • NEFT/RTGS
  • Net Banking

UPI Handle

To make the payment using your UPI Handle, follow the steps below:

  • Log into your UPI app.
  • Initiate the transaction by clicking on ‘Send’.
  • Enter “netc.vehiclenumber@bankupihandle”.
  • Verify your UPI ID.
  • Add the recharge amount.
  • Authenticate the transaction with your PIN.

Only enter the UPI handle of the bank that has issued your FASTag. If you are unsure of which bank issued it, you can check your FASTag sticker. Alternatively, you can also get this information from the SMS sent to your during the registration process.

Using the UPI Handle is the fastest way to recharge your FASTag wallet.

Auto Debit

You can give standing instructions to your bank to debit the amount from your bank account and credit it to your FASTag wallet automatically on a monthly basis. You can also set a minimum threshold amount to be credited to your wallet. You may need to send an email to your bank along with your account details.

NEFT/RTGS

You can recharge your wallet using this method on your bank’s mobile app or website.

You will need to enter your login credentials for this step. You will need to then add your vehicle details as a ‘beneficiary’. You can add your vehicle number or your FASTag wallet ID for this purpose. You will also need to enter your bank’s IFSC code. Your vehicle will then be added as your beneficiary.

Once added, you can conveniently recharge your FASTag wallet as and when required.

Net banking

To recharge through this method, you will need your online banking credentials. Log into your account, under the recharge section, select your wallet ID and mention the amount you want to recharge for. Choose your bank account and enter any requested details to make the payment.

Important Note: Recharging your FASTag wallet through online methods may require a convenience fee to be paid. For further information on this, please contact your bank.

Offline recharge of FASTag:

If you prefer to recharge your FASTag wallet offline, you can write a cheque for the same.

Your FASTag will be valid for 5 years from its issue date. Log into the FASTag customer portal to access your statements. Receive SMS alerts for all transactions pertaining to your account.

News About How to Recharge Your FASTag

  • NHAI waives off the fees needed to register under FASTag for 15 days

    In a view to boost digital collection of user fee under FASTag on national highways, National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) has decided to waive off FASTag cost of Rs.100 for a period of 15 days. As per the road ministry, the fee will be waived off from 15 February to 29 February. As per the temporary offer, users will be able to get a FASTag free of cost at authorised physical point-of-sale (POS) locations by producing a valid registration certificate (RC) of the vehicle. FASTag may be purchased from all national highway fee plazas, common service centres, transport hubs and petrol bunks. It must be noted here that the government rolled out the FASTag-based toll collection system across more than 527 national highways in the country. The highways authority expects to collect Rs.100 crore worth of toll income per day through FASTag once it becomes fully implemented.

    13 February 2020

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