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FASTag as payment mode on any of the toll plazas.

FASTag is a device that employs Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for making toll payments directly while the vehicle is in motion.

FASTag (RFID Tag) is affixed on the windscreen of the vehicle and enables a customer to make the toll payments directly from the account which is linked to FASTag.

FASTag offers the convenience of cashless payment along with benefits like – savings on fuel and time as the customer does not has to stop at the toll plaza.

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Modi government will make FASTag compulsory from 1 December on all national highway toll plazas.

Data from FASTags can be used to monitor traffic and track the movement of vehicles (in the highways), which will help NHAI propose appropriate changes in the existing toll policy.

Use of FASTags is expected to save time, reduce fuel use and pollution.

It is currently operational across more than 500 state and national highways.

Electronic toll collection devices and fastag are interchangeable words.

Those passing toll plazas without the electronic tags will be charged double the toll fee as all lanes will be converted to FASTag-only lanes from next month.

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Buy a FASTag

from select branches of select banks like SBI, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, etc and

also through point-of-sale counters at national highway toll plazas.

Bank lists for fastag recharge

Sr. No. Member Banks Issuer Acquirer
1 Airtel Payments Bank Yes
2 Axis Bank Ltd Yes Yes
3 Bank of Baroda Yes
4 City Union Bank Ltd Yes
5 EQUITAS SMALL FINANCE BANK Yes
6 Federal Bank Yes
7 FINO Payments Bank Yes
8 HDFC Bank Yes Yes
9 ICICI Bank Yes Yes
10 IDFC FIRST Bank Yes Yes
11 Indusind Bank Yes Yes
12 Karur Vysya Bank Yes Yes
13 Kotak Mahindra Bank Yes Yes
14 Nagapur Nagarik Sahakari Bank Yes
15 PAYTM Payments Bank Yes Yes
16 Punjab and Maharashtra Co-op Bank Yes
17 Punjab National Bank Yes Yes
18 Saraswat Co-operative Bank Yes
19 South Indian Bank Yes
20 State Bank of India Yes Yes
21 Syndicate Bank Yes
22 Union Bank of India Yes
23 Yes Bank Ltd Yes

 

You can either keep funds in the FASTag wallet or link it directly to your bank account.

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fastag app

My FASTag apps launched by NHAI.

How to download FASTag  Go to Google Play Store. In the search bar type ‘MyFASTag’. You will find the first app, which has been launched by NHAI. Click on the download button and install it. ( My FASTag Indian Highways Management Company Ltd.Productivity )

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To reduce vehicular traffic at the toll plazas, the Government of India (GOI) has mandated all toll plazas, pan India, to make toll payments electronic by Dec 01, 2019.

With this mandate, all vehicles travelling at the toll plazas will have to mandatorily pay toll charges using FASTag, an RFID (radio frequency identification) enabled tag that automatically deducts the toll fees as your vehicle passes the toll plaza.

Get your ICICI Bank FASTag today and enjoy a seamless journey by avoiding delays at the toll plaza.

2.5% cashback* on every national highway toll transaction
Saves fuel and time at the toll plaza as you do not stop to pay cash
Multiple recharge options – UPI, Credit/Debit Card and more
Auto recharge facility ensuring your tag is always funded
Tag balance inquiry with a single SMS or missed call
Monthly and local pass option available
Online portal to view statement and recharge

sbi fastag

SBI FASTag is a device that employs Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for making toll payments directly from the prepaid or savings account linked to it.

It is affixed on the windscreen of your vehicle and enables you to drive through toll plazas, without stopping for cash transactions.

The tag can be purchased from Tag issuers and if it is linked to the prepaid account, then you need to recharge/ top up the tag as per your requirement.

It is a 10x 5 cm, rectangle shape, multi layered tag, which is made out of good quality paper, containing chip and antenna inside its layers, it is pasted on the wind screen of the vehicle, and through Radio frequency identification method, the information is read at the toll plaza from the tag.

Tag provides you with the convenience and ease during transit through the toll plaza along with saving time, fuel and money. SBI FASTag is presently operational at 346+ toll plazas across National Highways.

The system is inter-operable and the same SBI FASTag can be used across all toll plazas under the National Electronic Toll Collection (NETC) program. More toll plazas will be brought under the NETC program in the future. Please visit the website www.ihmcl.com for more details.

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hdfc fastag

HDFC Bank�s FASTag program is a part of the National Electronic Toll Collection (NETC) initiative rolled out by NPCI under the guidelines of NHAI and IHMCL.

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paytm fastag

Paytm FASTag
The Paytm FASTag is a simple & reusable tag that works on the Radio-frequency identification technology (RFID). It needs to be affixed on the vehicle’s windscreen. Each tag is linked to a registered Paytm Payments Bank account to facilitate instant automatic deduction of toll charges. This program is part of the National Electronic Toll Collection (NETC) initiative, rolled out by NPCI under the guidelines of NHAI & IHMCL.

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axis bank fastag recharge

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FASTag is a perfect new-age solution for payment at toll plazas. It is a contactless toll collection system that allows cashless payment using Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) technology. By affixing an active FASTag on your vehicle’s windscreen, you can pass through toll plazas without stopping for physical cash transactions.

FASTag is a simple to use, reloadable tag, which enables automatic deduction of toll charges from its linked bank account. You can get your FASTag from any of Axis Bank’s 4000+ branches, or apply online and have it delivered to you.

Fastag is Promoted by MORTH (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways), NHAI (National Highways Authority of India), IHMCL (Indian Highways Management Company Limited) and NPCI National Payments Corporation of India).