Bank of Maharashtra announced the launch of its UPI mobile application in association with National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI).
The mobile app will enable customers to pay and collect money from their smartphones without entering any bank account number.
The ‘MahaUPI application’ shall enable our customers and customers of other banks to have a hassle free banking experience, said the bank.
Bank of Karnataka was one of the first to launch their version of the UPI mobile app “KBL-SMARTz” which they launched yesterday.
“We have successfully completed all the mandatory requirements in the test phase and the application is available on Android platforms for download and use by general public.”, said the bank.
HDFC Bank and State Bank of India are prominent banks that are not in the first phase of UPI launch, while Axis Bank and ICICI Bank have both been selected for the roll-out by NCPI.