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ATM: How much charge does your bank charge above the free limit, know quickly

ATM: How much charge does your bank charge above the free limit, know quickly
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ATM: How much charge does your bank charge above the free limit, know quickly

SBI fee

SBI fee

SBI offers five free transactions at its ATMs for the customers. The free transaction limit is 3 per month for ATMs located in six metro cities (Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad). The free transaction limit for ATMs located in other regions is 5 per month. The charges for non-financial transactions are Rs 5 at SBI ATMs and Rs 8 at other bank ATMs. Also, the applicable GST rate will be taken. The charges for cash withdrawal are Rs 10 at SBI ATMs and Rs 20 per transaction plus GST from customers at non-SBI ATMs. The international ATM fee is Rs 100 plus 3.5 percent of the transaction amount plus applicable GST. 20 plus applicable GST charges if the fee or transaction is rejected due to insufficient balance. The daily transaction limit is Rs 20,000 and the minimum limit is Rs 100.

PNB

PNB

PNB cardholders linked to savings bank accounts get three free transactions (financial and non-financial) in 6 metro cities (Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad) and five transactions at ATMs every month in other cities. Then the cash withdrawal fee is Rs 10 per transaction and the non-financial transaction fee is Rs 9 per transaction. If the transaction fails due to insufficient balance, the fee is Rs.5. The charges for international transactions are a cash withdrawal fee of Rs 150 per transaction and the non-financial transaction fee of Rs 30 per transaction.

withdrawal limit
cash withdrawal limit
For Platinum Cardholders: Limit Rs.50,000 per day
One Time Limit: Rs 20,000
eCom/Point of Sale Limit: Rs 1,25,000

For classic cardholders

For classic cardholders

Per day limit: Rs 25,000
Onetime Limit: Rs 20,000
eCom/Point of Sale : Rs.60,000

For Gold Cardholders
Per day limit: Rs 50,000
Onetime Limit: Rs 20,000
eCom/Point of Sale Limit: Rs 1,25,000

hdfc bank atm charges

HDFC bank atm charges

For HDFC Bank savings account and salary account customers, the rate of ATM transaction charges is Rs 21 plus tax over the free limit. free transaction limit
ATMs in metro cities have 3 and non-metro ATMs have 5. The cash withdrawal fee is Rs 21 per transaction plus applicable taxes. A non-financial transaction fee is Rs 8.50 plus applicable taxes.

International ATM Transaction Fee
Cash Withdrawal: Rs.125 plus applicable taxes
Non-Financial Transactions: Rs 25 plus applicable taxes

cash withdrawal limit
10,000 per day at HDFC Bank ATMs and Rs 25,000 or more (depending on the card type) can be withdrawn using a debit card.

icici bank atm charges

ICICI bank atm charges

For ICICI Bank customers, the first five cash withdrawals in a month are free and the limit is limited to three free transactions per month for six metro locations (Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad).

Cash withdrawal fee: Rs 21 per financial transaction
Fee for non-financial transactions: Rs 8.5 per transaction
The cash withdrawal limit per transaction is Rs 25,000
The daily cash withdrawal limit is Rs.50,000 and for HNI Rs.1,00,000

Axis Bank ATM Fees & Limits

Axis Bank ATM Fees & Limits

Axis Bank customers in six metro cities get 3 free monthly transactions at ATMs and 4 for customers in other regions.

Monthly Cash Transaction Free Limit (Urban): First 5 Transactions
Monthly Cash Transaction Free Limit (Semi-Urban/Rural): First 5 Transactions
Monthly Cash Transactions at Axis Bank ATMs: First 5 financial transactions and unlimited non-financial transactions are free
Cash withdrawal fee after free limit: Rs 21 per transaction
Non-financial transaction fee: Rs 10 per transaction
ATM cash withdrawal limit (per day): Rs 40,000

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