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UPI service will be easy to use from March 15, UPI will be able to activate with Aadhaar-OTP


new Delhi. A facility like Unified Payments Interface (UPI) for digital payments allows you to transfer money easily sitting at home. For this, you need UPI supporting apps like Paytm, PhonePe, BHIM, Google Pay etc. The special thing is that UPI allows you to transfer money even if you have only one information such as scanner, mobile number, UPI ID. Now it will be easy to activate the UPI service. Now from March 15, 2022, bank account holders will also have the option to use Aadhaar and OTP instead of debit card to activate the UPI service. Under this arrangement, it is necessary to link the bank account with the aadhaar.

According to the Times of India report, the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) first introduced this feature in September 2021. NPCI had issued the circular and asked the banks to comply with the instructions of the circular till December 15, 2021, which was later extended to March 15, 2022.

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Which bank account is your Aadhaar Card linked to?
Let us tell you that there is no need to go to the bank or Aadhar card center to find out that your Aadhar card is linked to any of your bank accounts. You can easily find out by the way given below.

>> First of all go to the official website of UIDAI.
>> Click on the link of Check Your Aadhaar and Bank Account here.
>> Here you have to enter your Aadhar Number and Security Code.
>> Now an OTP will come on your registered mobile number.
>> Enter this OTP on UIDAI website.
>> Here you will get the option of login. Click on it.
>> As soon as you login, the details of all the bank accounts linked to your Aadhaar will be revealed.

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