Mobile Banking Transactions in India – Operative Guidelines for Banks

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Mobile Banking Transactions in India – Operative Guidelines for Banks:
Mobile phones as a medium for providing banking services have been attaining greater importance. In order to ensure a level playing field and considering that the technology is relatively new, Reserve Bank has brought out a set of operating guidelines for adoption by banks. The guidelines that have been finalised following a wide consultative process shall be operational with immediate effect
Banks are increasingly extending mobile banking facilities (financial) to their customers. Interbank Mobile Payment Service (IMPS) developed and operated by National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) has also enabled real time transfer of funds through the medium of the mobile phone between accounts in different banks.  The volume and value of mobile banking transactions is also showing an uptrend.
In terms of Para 2.1 of our circular dated December 24, 2009, a transaction limit of Rs. 50,000/- per customer per day had been mandated. On a review it has been decided to remove this cap. However, banks may place per transaction limits based on their own risk perception with the approval of its Board.

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