Google Pay UPI Limit : How Much Money You Can Send In One Day

Google Pay UPI Limit : How Much Money You Can Send In One Day

Without any doubt UPI payment transfer is much easier in comparison to any other fund transfer methods. But do you know UPI transaction limit per day may be different for different banks. For example, SBI users can send 1, 00,000 RS per day while Bank of Baroda UPI transaction limit is 50,000 RS per day.

Similarly, different UPI services transaction amount limit may also different and it depends on many things like full KYC or non KYC account.

Here in this post we are going to talk about the Google Pay per day transaction limit in India. If you are using Google Pay service in India then you should know the actual daily Google Pay UPI fund transfer limit. Otherwise, you will see “you have exceeded the maximum transaction amount Google pay” error.

Same as other PayTM, Phonepay digital wallets, Google pay is also a free digital wallet payment service powered by Google. This online payment system helps users to pay and receive funds through the mobile phones. By using this smart payment mode, users can easily send or receive payment from anyone via UPI ID. If you have a full kYC enabled Google pay account, start sending or receiving payment from family members, friends and customers. Best thing is that GPay or Google pay allows you to make and receive funds directly in the linked bank account. That means, it never holds any payment in its wallet.

Google Pay Daily Limit For Transaction – Google Pay Daily UPI Limit

At the time of creating an account in Google pay, it generates an unique UPI ID or Unified Payments Interface for users. After that you can easily send or receive payment from anyone through the contact number or UPI service etc. But it has some limitations. Same as other wallets, Google pay wallets have a daily transaction limit. So, when you try to make a transition over the 1, 00,000 Rs in a day, you will be hit by a daily Google pay UPI limit restriction.

  • You can’t send money to anyone more than 10 times in a day. Per day numbers of transactions are limited.
  • Google Pay daily transaction amount limit is 1 Lakh.
  • A single transaction can’t be more than 1 lakh in a single day.

Now it’s clear that the maximum transaction limit in Google pay is 1 Lakh or maximum 10 transactions per day and single transfer amount can’t be more than 1 LAKH.

In short, Google Pay users can send only 1,00,000 RS in a single transaction or in 10 different transactions.

Setup Google Pay Account For Maximum Fund Transfer

Google pay is a fastest fund transfer service that works without charging any service fees. In order to use Google pay and its UPI service, you need to have an active Bank account and active mobile number which is registered with your bank account.

  • Download and install Google Pay android or iOS app on your Smartphone.
  • Enter your phone number that is already linked with your bank service.
  • Login with your existing Google account credentials.
  • Now follow the on screen instructions, fill in the details and you are ready to go.
  • Done!!

How To Pay Via Google Pay App (Fund Transfer)

(a)    Send Money To Via Phone Number

  • Open Google pay application and enter the “Google Account PIN”.
  • Now tap on “New payment” blue button from the bottom of the screen.
  • To make payment via phone number, select the contact number from the list whom you wish to pay.
  • After selecting the contact person, again tap the “Pay” button >>> enter the amount >> enter 4 DIGIT UPI PIN
  • Done!!!

(b)   How To Pay Via UPI ID In Google Pay

  • Open Google pay application and enter the “Google Account PIN”.
  • Now tap on the “New payment” blue button from the bottom of the screen.
  • To make payment via UPI ID, select the “UPI ID or QR” option.
  • Again select the “UPI ID” >>> enter or paste the “UPI ID” of receiver person >>> click the “verify”
  • Now enter the amount >>> type 4 DIGIT UPI PIN
  • Done!!!

1 thought on “Google Pay UPI Limit : How Much Money You Can Send In One Day”

  1. ah! I do not care. I never used google payment method. I used a few online payment methods most of my payment is local so I do not care about it. But this information can be helpful for me may be in future.

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