This information is helpful to you if you use the Google Pay rapid payment app to recharge your mobile device. Yes, users who recharge their mobile phones using UPI are now subject to a convenience fee charged by Google Pay. Under this, the corporation charges a convenience fee of up to Rs 3. Users who use Google Pay to reload their prepaid plans are subject to this fee. These services were previously offered for free. The only amount that users had to pay was what the telecom operator charged.
No official information was provided.
It’s likely that you recently recharged and haven’t even noticed it up until now. However, Google Pay has now joined the ranks of Paytm and PhonePe following this action. PhonePe and Paytm have been charging for mobile recharge for the last many days. No official information was given by Google regarding the convenience fee charged on mobile recharge.
There won’t be a fee for recharges up to Rs 100!
This was discovered when a user attempted to use Google Pay to recharge his smartphone. On November 11th, the user completed his initial recharge; no more charges were imposed. However, when this charge was revealed, he was surprised. There is no convenience cost if you recharge with G Pay up to Rs 100, according to the statement.
In addition, a convenience fee of Rs 2 is
assessed for recharges of Rs 100 to Rs 200 and Rs 3 for recharges of Rs 300 or above. By going to the operator’s website, you can recharge directly and avoid these fees. G Pay has modified its guidelines to align with those of payment service provider apps, such as PhonePe and Paytm.
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