The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) enabled UPI LITE, a feature enabling numerous little

value UPI transactions, and our associate Paytm Payments Bank Limited (PPBL) has launched it.

Via Paytm, it allows for quicker real-time transactions with a single click.

Our Bank wants to promote the use of digital payments throughout the nation through UPI LITE.

As the largest acquiring and beneficiary bank as well as one of the top remitter banks, Paytm Payments Bank continues to be a market leader in UPI.

Our Bank is the first payments institution to introduce UPI LITE as part of its commitment to promote innovation.

Once loaded, a UPI LITE wallet enables a user to complete instant transactions of up to 200, which makes the process simple and rapid.

Two additions of no more than 2,000 can be made to UPI LITE per day, bringing the daily use total to 4,000.

Users may also make a lot of small-value UPI payments quickly and easily with UPI LITE without fearing

that their number of bank transactions would be limited.

This makes it possible to make payments without difficulty.

UPI LITE, created by National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), was introduced in September 2022 by the Reserve Bank of India.

Little value transactions are also cleared out of the bank passbook because they are now only visible in

the Paytm balance & history area rather than the bank passbook.

The Paytm app allows users to send and receive money quickly to any cell number with a registered UPI ID across platforms, according to a recent announcement by Paytm Payments Bank.

This deepens the compatibility of the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) even more and lays the groundwork for the adoption of mobile payments.

With more than 1,765.87 million transactions in January 2023, Our Bank surpassed all other significant

banks in the nation to continue to hold the title of largest UPI beneficiary bank for a consecutive 20 months.

According to the most recent NPCI statistics, the Bank is among the top 10 remitter banks for UPI

transactions with 389.61 million recorded transactions. The National Electronics Toll Collection (NETC)

FASTag is issued and acquired by PPBL, one of the top issuers and acquirer banks.

PPBL completed 50.58

million transactions as an acquirer bank and 61.15 million transactions as an issuer bank in December 2022.

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