NRIs living in UK can now send money to their loved ones in India anytime and anywhere with the all new AxisRemit UK app*from Axis Bank UK Ltd. All you need is a GBP Debit card linked to any UK bank account and you can remit money in INR to any bank account in India. That’s not all you can also remit to any Mobile number in India making your money transfers a quick and hassle-free process. Features:- Zero documentation required for registering and using the app. You only need to key in your name and address details.- Competitive exchange rates on your transactions - Instant money transfers to Axis Bank accounts in India- Remittances within 24 hours to other Bank accounts- Fund transfers can be initiated to any bank account in India or to any mobile number in India- Fixed exchange rate transfers to help you know the exact amount that will be credited to the - - beneficiaries account- No need for an Axis Bank account to download and use the app- Track your transaction and check your transaction history at any time- Password authentication making your transactions completely safe and secure- 24x7 access to the UK call center and 9am to 6pm call center access for beneficiaries in India - Edit or update your personal information at any time through the App itself
New features include: - Notifications: Receive information on GBP-INR exchange rate, special offers and much more, all without opening the app. When your phone prompts you, please remember to “Allow” AxisRemit UK app to send you the Notifications.- Referral programs: Spread the word, get your friends to use AxisRemit UK app, and get rewarded. Preferential rate for your friends on first transaction and for you on next transaction once they complete first transaction successfully.- In-app notifications: Notice the bell icon in the top-right corner? Click it to view/delete all your notifications.
*This facility is not available for business transactions.Axis Bank UK Ltd is authorized by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority