The appearance of UPI may differ slightly on different phones. However, its functions and operations will remain the same, irrespective of the mobile handset being used, since UPI is owned and governed by NPCI irrespective of the payment app.
In case you revoke a mandate, it will get cancelled. Please note that a revoked mandate cannot be restored.
No problem. The mandate amount of Rs.500 will be unblocked. You can create a new mandate again.
To delete a contact: Select the option of ‘Delete beneficiary’ under My Account > UPI settings Select the beneficiary to delete and then click on Delete beneficiary
You can reset your UPI PIN using “RESET UPI PIN” feature of the app. To do the same, go to My Account > UPI Settings > UPI linked bank accounts > Reset’. You will be asked to enter the debit card details to set the UPI PIN.
You can simply reconnect to Freecharge and verify your transaction history to check if the transaction has been executed before initiating a fresh transaction.
Click on ‘Add bank account’. Select the bank name with which you hold the account. Your account number will be automatically fetched. Verify your account by entering last 6 digits of Debit Card number and expiry (MMYY), entering the OTP and setting up UPI PIN. Any Axis Bank or no...
Yes, your mandate amount cannot exceed the balance in your bank account. For example if you are creating a mandate of rupees 5000 then the link bank account that you are using should have a minimum balance of rupees 5000.
UPI ID is an unique identifier which you create and link to any of your bank accounts to make secure payments. The unique ID can be mobilenumber@freecharge or yourname@freecharge etc. which is easy to remember.
This happens in the following scenarios:The verification SMS has not been sent from the deviceNetwork errorDevice does not have a SIM.Please ensure that your phone has data connectivity. If the problem persists, please delete the application, download and try again.