As per NPCI, the maximum transaction limit for every fund transfer by all payment apps is Rs. 1,00,000 (One lakh). Freecharge UPI follows the same rule. However, respective issuing banks can set up their own lower limits.
Yes, you can change your default bank account anytime. However, the mandate will be executed on the account which was used at the time of mandate creation.
Yes. All UPI IDs created in Freecharge App are suffixed with @freecharge.
Yes, you can create the mandate with the same start date and end date however if the start date and end date are on the same day, then the mandate will expire at time 23:59:59.
You can simply reconnect to Freecharge and verify your transaction history to check if the transaction has been executed before initiating a fresh transaction.
No problem, Freecharge gives you an option to fetch and use the QR codes from your device gallery as well.
Launched in August 2018, UPI 2.0 is the second version of the fund transfer platform. It supersedes the former version which was structured mainly to facilitate peer-to-peer transactions with a platform that also accommodates merchant payments. Through freecharge UPI 2.0, custome...
UPI ID can be alphabetical, numeric or alphanumeric. It should be between 4-20 characters. It cannot contain any special characters (*,#,@ etc.) except dot(.) and hyphen(-) which are permissible. Your unique ID should be easy to remember such as mobilenumber@freecharge.
UPI is available free of charge. You can download the latest version of Freecharge App and use this application as and when you need to, without any charges levied by the Bank. Your mobile operator may levy charges for GPRS/SMS used. Please check with your operator for details.
Yes, you can set the expiry time. You can set an expiry time from 1 day to 45 days, from the date of initiation of the transaction.