Withdraw money from an ATM using Google Pay with these 6 steps.
As we already know, UPI is a necessity these days. UPI is simple and easy to use, and no card is required. You may send money to someone on Google Pay, Amazon Pay, Paytm, or Phone Pay. But there are still many places where cash is still king. In this case, you can now withdraw money without an ATM using Google Pay.
Debit cards have always been the primary method of withdrawing money from an ATM. However, recently, NCR Corporation announced that they are upgrading ATM machines across the country with their first Interoperable Cardless Cash Withdrawal (ICCW) solution based on the UPI platform, which allows users to use UPI installed on their smartphones. It will allow you to withdraw money using the app.
This means that consumers can withdraw money from ATM using Google Pay without having to use their debit or credit cards. The additional functionality will come in handy in critical situations like lost or forgotten cards, cards rejected, etc.
If you are wondering how to withdraw money from an ATM using Google Pay, follow our step-by-step guide:
- An ATM machine with UPI service
- GPay, PhonePe, Amazon Pay, Paytm, and other UPI-based payment apps
- working internet connection.
Steps to Follow to Withdraw money from an ATM using Google Pay
Visit any ATM machine and select the Withdraw Cash option.
Then, on the ATM machine’s screen, select the UPI option.
The ATM screen will display a QR code.
Now, open any UPI-based payment app on your phone and turn on the QR code scanner.
Once the code is scanned, enter the amount you wish to withdraw (currently limited to Rs. 5,000).
Press Proceed and enter your UPI PIN to withdraw money.
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