If the limit on Google Pay is over, then send money like this immediately

New Delhi. Google Pay is a digital wallet platform and online payment process from Google. It helps in in-app and tap-to-pay purchases on mobile phones. It gives users the opportunity to make payments easily. It enables you to send or request money from your family and friends. Not only this, the app also allows to recharge prepaid phones and pay utility bills.

Google Pay Limit:
Google Pay supports Generic Unified Payments Interface (UPI) API calls to make transactions in India. So, when you try to do more than 1,00,000 transactions in a day across all the UPI applications you end up exceeding the daily limit of Google Pay. This prevents you from sending money more than 10 times in a day across all UPI apps. Because the limit for a day is 1 lakh. There cannot be more than 1 lakh transactions in a day. Now as we told you that you cannot make more than 10 payments in a day. Similarly, you cannot request more than Rs 2000 in a day.

Apart from this, there is also a bank limit. You set it yourself. After this amount, you cannot send money to anyone or make payment. These limits vary according to the bank.

Make payment even after the limit is over-
If your limit of one day is exhausted and you have to make urgent payment and you do not want to wait for the next day, then you can use another payment method. It can be net banking or NEFT.

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