When you travel from one city to another and there is no proper balance in your FASTag account, FASTag recharge can come in handy. Various apps provide FASTag charging options. In this article, we will discuss how to use Google Pay to recharge FASTag. In January last year, Google introduced a UPI recharge option for Fastag users through the Google Pay application. It allows you to easily top up your FASTag account for seamless toll payment when crossing the borders of Indian cities.

Before you start, please note that you must know your FASTag issuing bank in order to recharge accurately. You also need to link your FASTag account first, and then recharge.

How to use Google Pay to recharge FASTag

Since you need to link your FASTag account first, here are the steps covering the linking part and provide detailed information on how to top up FASTag using Google Pay.

  1. Now, click New payment Button.

  2. Type “FASTag” in the search bar.

  3. Scroll down to find the issuing bank of FASTag, and then select the exact one.

  4. Now, click let’s start Button.

  5. Now you will need to enter your vehicle number (without spaces) and provide an account name (e.g. “My Car”) or your car model name for later use.

  6. Tap Linked account The buttons at the bottom of the screen.

  7. View your account information, including the account holder’s name and vehicle number.

  8. After review, press Linked account Button. Your FASTag account will now be linked to Google Pay.

  9. You will now see a screen containing your FASTag account.Tap Pay Make payment from there (minimum 200 rupees).

  10. Now, click Pay The buttons at the bottom of the screen.

  11. Now, the Google Pay app will ask you to enter your UPI password to continue the payment.

After the payment is complete, you will receive a text message from the bank account associated with Google Pay. You can also pay for the linked FASTag account on the Google Pay app in the future by going to the “Business and Billing” section.

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Jagmeet Singh wrote about consumer technology in Advertisement Shout in New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior reporter at Advertisement Shout and often writes articles about applications, computer security, Internet services and telecommunications development. Jagmeet can be found on Twitter @ JagmeetS13 or emailed to jagmeets@Advertisement Shout.com. Please send your clues and tips.more

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