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NEW IRCTC PAYMENT GATEWAY "IMPS" About IMPS --------- IMPS merchant payments > Overview IMPS Merchant Payments (P2M - Person-to-merchant) service allows customers to make instant, 24*7, interbank payments to merchants or enterprises via mobile phone. IMPS enables mobile banking users a facility to make payment to merchants and enterprises, through various access channels such as Internet, mobile Internet, IVR, SMS, USSD. The key features of IMPS merchant payments service are as follows:
Merchant needs to get on-board IMPS network with one Bank. Customer of any Bank in the IMPS merchant network can make payment to merchant through IMPS Convenient and time-saving Anytime, anywhere service Safe & secure 24*7*365 availability Instant confirmation to sender and receiver
IMPS merchant payments > How to get started Customer needs to be a mobile banking user of their respective Bank. Customer needs to do the following in order to get started:
Register mobile number with the account in the respective Bank Get MMID. MMID stands for Mobile Money Identifier and is 7-digit number that is provided by Bank to customer. This number is used to identify customer Bank and is linked to the account number. The combination of mobile number and MMID is unique for the particular account, and customer can link same mobile number with multiple accounts in the same Bank, and get separate MMID for each account Get M-PIN. M-PIN is Mobile PIN, a secret password that is provided by Bank to customer. Customer needs to authenticate transaction using M-PIN Download mobile banking application or use SMS / USSD facility provided by the Bank. In order to perform IMPS transactions, customer needs to download mobile banking application or use SMS / USSD facility provided by the Bank Perform transaction using mobile banking application or SMS / USSD facility. Powered by -SBI.
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