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Five things you wanted to know about the RuPay card

Recent developments saw Government passing on instructions to state owned banks to issue RuPay debit cards to their customers

Investment Yogi  |  Hyderabad 

What is

Recent developments saw Government passing on instructions to state owned banks to issue RuPay debit cards to their customers. This looks like a clear indication to promote these cards. But, what exactly is this and how does it function? Let’s look into it now.



What is it?

RuPay is a combination of two words – Rupee and Payment. is an Indian version of credit/debit card. It is very similar to international cards such as Visa/Master.

Who initiated it?

National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) initiated the launch of in India. It was done with the intention of integration of payment systems in the country. It has also tied up with Discover Financial Services firm for promoting this.

How will it work?

RuPay debit cards are similar any other debit cards that you might hold now. You can access them in the 1.45 lakh ATMs and 8.75 lakh POS terminals across the country. It will also be accepted on 10,000 e-commerce websites. All major public sector banks, including SBI, have started issuing these cards to all their customers. The card also comes with a high end technology chip named EMV (Europay, Master Card and Visa) especially for high end transactions. It also has an embedded micro processor circuit with information about the card holder.

What are the Benefits of

Lower transaction cost – International transactions lead to higher transaction costs. Such costs can be reduced by using since processing will be done within the country. Also, transactions will be faster.

Sms alerts – Users will get alerts for every transaction made through this card.

Reduced processing fees – Processing fees for compared with regular debit/will be considerably lower.
  Source: Investment Yogi

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Five things you wanted to know about the RuPay card

Recent developments saw Government passing on instructions to state owned banks to issue RuPay debit cards to their customers

Recent developments saw Government passing on instructions to state owned banks to issue RuPay debit cards to their customers What is

Recent developments saw Government passing on instructions to state owned banks to issue RuPay debit cards to their customers. This looks like a clear indication to promote these cards. But, what exactly is this and how does it function? Let’s look into it now.

What is it?

RuPay is a combination of two words – Rupee and Payment. is an Indian version of credit/debit card. It is very similar to international cards such as Visa/Master.

Who initiated it?

National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) initiated the launch of in India. It was done with the intention of integration of payment systems in the country. It has also tied up with Discover Financial Services firm for promoting this.

How will it work?

RuPay debit cards are similar any other debit cards that you might hold now. You can access them in the 1.45 lakh ATMs and 8.75 lakh POS terminals across the country. It will also be accepted on 10,000 e-commerce websites. All major public sector banks, including SBI, have started issuing these cards to all their customers. The card also comes with a high end technology chip named EMV (Europay, Master Card and Visa) especially for high end transactions. It also has an embedded micro processor circuit with information about the card holder.

What are the Benefits of

Lower transaction cost – International transactions lead to higher transaction costs. Such costs can be reduced by using since processing will be done within the country. Also, transactions will be faster.

Sms alerts – Users will get alerts for every transaction made through this card.

Reduced processing fees – Processing fees for compared with regular debit/will be considerably lower.
 


Source: Investment Yogi
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Five things you wanted to know about the RuPay card

Recent developments saw Government passing on instructions to state owned banks to issue RuPay debit cards to their customers

What is

Recent developments saw Government passing on instructions to state owned banks to issue RuPay debit cards to their customers. This looks like a clear indication to promote these cards. But, what exactly is this and how does it function? Let’s look into it now.

What is it?

RuPay is a combination of two words – Rupee and Payment. is an Indian version of credit/debit card. It is very similar to international cards such as Visa/Master.

Who initiated it?

National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) initiated the launch of in India. It was done with the intention of integration of payment systems in the country. It has also tied up with Discover Financial Services firm for promoting this.

How will it work?

RuPay debit cards are similar any other debit cards that you might hold now. You can access them in the 1.45 lakh ATMs and 8.75 lakh POS terminals across the country. It will also be accepted on 10,000 e-commerce websites. All major public sector banks, including SBI, have started issuing these cards to all their customers. The card also comes with a high end technology chip named EMV (Europay, Master Card and Visa) especially for high end transactions. It also has an embedded micro processor circuit with information about the card holder.

What are the Benefits of

Lower transaction cost – International transactions lead to higher transaction costs. Such costs can be reduced by using since processing will be done within the country. Also, transactions will be faster.

Sms alerts – Users will get alerts for every transaction made through this card.

Reduced processing fees – Processing fees for compared with regular debit/will be considerably lower.
 


Source: Investment Yogi

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