Mumbai: UPI transactions surged by over 3% in September from that in August, the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) data showed.
In August 2020, the all-out number of Bound together Installment Connection point (UPI) based advanced monetary exchanges remained at 6.57 billion (657 crores).
In esteem terms, 6.78 billion (678 crores) exchanges in last month relates to exchanges worth Rs 11.16 lakh crore, up from Rs 10.73 lakh crore in August, according to the Public Installments Organization of India (NPCI) information. In July, India handled 6.28 billion UPI exchanges worth Rs 10.62 lakh crore.
UPI is turning into a favoured mode among clients and it is easy to utilize, quick and a solid instalment technique. Among different installment techniques under the NCPI umbrella, the moment between bank instalments through Devils remained at 462.69 million (46.27 crore) in September somewhat lower than 466.91 million (46.69 crore) in the former month. In July, it was 460.83 million (46.03 crores).
Aadhaar number-based AePS transactions stood at 102.66 million in September, as against 105.65 million a month earlier. In July, there were as many as 110.48 million AePS transactions.