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  • BHIM – Bharat Interface for Money

    BHIM is an UPI (Unified Payments Interface) based mobile application that has been developed by the NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) to make the money transfer process secure, simple and fast. It is named after Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar and was launched on 30th December, 2016 in New Delhi by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a Digi Dhan Programme. This app is directly linked to the bank account, which makes it different from other e-wallets.

    UPI:

    Unified Payments Interface or UPI allows people to transfer money to others in seconds. The transfer happens through IMPS. When you use UPI to transfer money, you do not need to know the bank details of the recipient. You only need to know the receiver’s VPA (Virtual Payment Address). For example - xxxxx@UPI. Most of the banks in India that are under UPI have integrated UPI in their mobile apps or have their own UPI app.

    Features and Benefits of BHIM:

    • It can be used with any bank.
    • It does not require you to add payees.
    • The app supports Hindi and English at present. More languages will be added soon.
    • The app has a very user-friendly interface.
    • The maximum transaction limit is Rs.10,000 per transaction and Rs.20,000 per day.
    • You can just enter the mobile number of the receiver to transfer money.
    • It transfers money immediately.
    • It lets you create a custom payment address.
    • It is available for all Android phone users. It will soon be made available for other operating systems as well.
    • It allows you to make payments by scanning QR codes.
    • You can authorize transfers using UPI PIN or your finger print.
    • The application will work on phone that do not have an internet connection.
    • The application has a ‘Scan and Pay’ facility.
    • BHIM allows you to check your account balance and transactions.
    • BHIM does not take any transaction charge.

    How Does BHIM Work?

    • First, you have to download the BHIM app on your phone.
    • Next, you have to enter your phone number, which the app will verify.
    • You have to then select your bank name. The app will search and display the bank account that is associated with your mobile number. Select it if the account number is right to link it to the app.
    • You will receive a VPA, which will look like this – yourphonenumber@UPI. You can also create a custom payment address.
    • You have to also setup a UPI PIN for your account.

    Once you are registered, you can send or receive payments. To send payments you can simply enter the mobile number or payment address of the receiver. You can also send money to banks that do not support UPI as well. You can do so using the MMID or IFSC code.

    To make payments to any merchant, you can use the ‘Scan and Pay’ option to scan their QR code and make the payment.

    If UPI is not activated for your bank account, then you will be asked to enter the expiry date and six digits of your debit card number.

    How to Download?

    To download the BHIM app, you have to open the google play store on your android mobile phone. Search for BHIM and click on install.

    Banks That Support BHIM:

    • Andhra Bank.
    • Allahabad Bank.
    • Axis Bank.
    • Bank of India.
    • Bank of Baroda.
    • Canara Bank.
    • Bank of Maharashtra.
    • Catholic Syrian Bank.
    • DCB Bank.
    • Central Bank of India.
    • Dena Bank.
    • HDFC Bank.
    • Federal Bank.
    • IDBI Bank.
    • ICICI Bank.
    • IDFC Bank.
    • Indian Overseas Bank.
    • Indian Bank.
    • Karnataka Bank.
    • IndusInd Bank.
    • Kotak Mahindra Bank.
    • Karur Vyasa Bank.
    • Punjab National Bank.
    • Oriental Bank of Commerce.
    • South Indian Bank.
    • RBL Bank.
    • Standard Chartered Bank.
    • Syndicate Bank.
    • State Bank of India.
    • TJSB.
    • Union Bank of India.
    • UCO Bank.
    • United Bank of India.
    • Yes Bank Ltd.
    • Vijaya Bank.

    News About IFSC BHIM

    • Soon Avail CashBack, Rewards for Digital Payments through BHIM, BBPS

      The government of India is likely to launch various incentives and rewards to make digital payments more affordable than transactions involving cash. The aim is to introduce offers on the Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) app and the Bharat Bill Payment System (BBPS). The offers will include various types of cashbacks and rewards for transactions on the BHIM app. Steps are also being taken to ensure security is maintained on the app interfaces.

      The government has been taking various measures to promote cashless transactions in the country post demonetization.

      In another move, the BHIM app interface will now work in integration with Paytm. Both Paytm and BHIM app payments will be accepted with no transaction fee.

      14th November 2017

    • Now, Pay via BHIM UPI on Paytm

      Paytm has now integrated with BHIM UPI to allow customers to make payments using UPI on the mobile payments platform.

      With this new feature, customers will be able to create a VPA and have a UPI ID, which will be given out by Paytm Payments Bank. Users can now also link their savings account with the app and can use the same to both send and collect money.

      In order to create a BHIM UPI ID, go to the home screen and do so by following a simple set of instructions. The ID will be the same as the user's registered mobile number. Apart from this, around 5 million merchant partners will be trained by Paytm. As per prevailing guidelines issued by the National Payments Corporation of India, up to Rs.1 lakh can be sent using this platform on a daily basis without any hassle.

      10th November 2017

    • Soon Avail Cashbacks, Rewards for Digital Payments through BHIM, BBPS

      The government of India is likely to launch various incentives and rewards to make digital payments more affordable than transactions involving cash. The aim is to introduce offers on the Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) app and the Bharat Bill Payment System (BBPS). The offers will include various types of cashbacks and rewards for transactions on the BHIM app. Steps are also being taken to ensure security is maintained on the app interfaces.

      The government has been taking various measures to promote cashless transactions in the country post demonetization.

      In another move, the BHIM app interface will now work in integration with Paytm. Both Paytm and BHIM app payments will be accepted with no transaction fee.

      9th November 2017

    • All Banks Likely to Adopt BHIM Interface for Digital Payments

      All public sector and private banks in India may soon integrate with the Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) app to make it a part of their digital payments solutions. The move is aimed at encouraging more and more people to adopt UPI.

      As a part of this move, the BHIM prefix will now be displayed on all bank UPI apps to avoid confusion among customers as well as merchants. The aim objective of this initiative is to give a single identity to all the UPI apps in the market.

      8th November 2017

    • QR Codes Becoming a Popular Digital Payment Solution

      QR code payments are slowly gaining popularity in India, especially after the launch of payment platforms such as UPI and BHIM. Bharat QR code and UPI QR have become popular payment methods.

      This allows customers to make payments easily no matter what app they use because BHIM is interoperable across different apps.

      Post demonetization, QR code payments have been on the rise and the system works with various cards in the market such as MasterCard, Visa and RuPay. QR cards offer a very safe and secure payment interface for customers.

      8th November 2017

    • BHIM App Offers Discount for Petrol/Diesel

      Those customers who make petrol and diesel payments through the BHIM app will be eligible for a certain discount. This move has been taken by the government to promote cashless transactions and push the digital movement across the country.

      When it comes to petrol, a discount of Rs.49 paise per litre will be provided and when it comes to diesel the discount will be Rs.41 paise per litre.

      The BHIM app was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on December 30, 2016. BHIM, expanded as Bharat Interface for Money, was launched by the National payments Corporation of India and is based on the Unified Payments Interface (UPI). UPI allows users to send and receive money without the need to provide bank account details or IFSC code.

      16th October 2017

    • Merchants can avail BHIM cash back till March 2018

      Merchants can continue to avail the cashback offer provided for accepting payments through the Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) app. Incentives of up to Rs.1,000 are offered under this scheme.

      A transaction can be made in this app using IFSC code, UPI address, bank account details, etc. This facility will be available to all merchants till March 31, 2018.

      At present, as many as 16 million people have downloaded the app and more than 4 million people are actively using the app.

      A cashback of Rs.50 can be availed for around 20 to 50 transactions. The upper cap on the maximum cash back is Rs.1,000 per month.

      1st September 2017

    • BHIM App Sets a New Milestone

      The BHIM (Bharath Interface for Money) app, which was developed by the National Payments Corporation of India ( NCPI), has been receiving good responses from the public. The app now has 4 million active users and as many as 16 million people have downloaded this app so far.

      The NCPI has announced that an updated version of the app will soon be launched. The app facilitates easy and hassle-free transactions.

      One can carry out transactions via the app by providing their respective Aadhaar number/IFSC code, which acts as payment identifying mechanism.

      The current version of the app can be downloaded on both Android and Apple phones without any hassle.

      28th August 2017

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