Make payment by saying Hello UPI, know what is this new facility

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What Is Hello UPI? In the world of digital payments, India’s UPI is making waves all over the world. Now National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) has added a new feature to it and has provided the facility of voice mode payment through UPI.

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Make payment through UPI easily by saying ‘Hello UPI’

Under this new feature, now payment can be made easily through UPI by saying ‘Hello UPI’ on the mobile. This new facility ‘Hello UPI’ has been recently launched by RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das at the Global Fintech Fest.

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Help in making UPI payment

At present this facility has been introduced in Hindi and English. Soon it will be introduced in other regional languages. NPCI said that this facility will help consumers make UPI payments by voice through UPI apps, telephone calls and Internet of Things devices.

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No need of smartphone and internet connection

There will be no need for smartphone and internet connection to use this new feature. People in rural areas can access these facilities through their feature phones. Currently, a limit of Rs 100 has been kept for making payment through voice mode through this facility.

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Facility will be available in two ways

This facility will be available in two ways – oncall and in-app. The on-call feature will allow users to dial a number where they will be guided through IVR to complete the payment. In-App will allow you to use your voice input on any UPI app.

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UPI facility started on 6000 ATMs of BOB

Bank of Baroda (BoB) has started UPI ATM facility on its 6000 ATMs across the country. The bank said on Friday that it is the first government bank in the country to launch UPI ATM in coordination with NPCI.

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The goal is to bring digital payments to the people

UPI payment has become even simpler with the new facility. Its purpose is to connect consumers with digital payment. Its objective is to bring under the ambit of digital payments to millions of people who are not able to use it due to lack of smartphone, internet connectivity and limited digital literacy. The solution aims to connect 11.4 crore grassroots families in India with digital payments. These people largely live in rural or sub-urban areas.

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