HDFC Bank revises InstaAlert SMS charges to 20 Paisa/SMS + GST from 1st January 2022

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Please note: From 1st Jan’22,

•If you were paying Rs. 3 per quarter for InstaAlert SMS service, now you will pay only 20 paise + GST per SMS

•The email alert will continue to remain free

•To modify or unsubscribe InstaAlert service • NetBanking > InstaAlert Registration on the top of the screen • MobileBanking App > Your Profile.

Source : Mail from HDFC Bank

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I guess this is how much they need to pay to receiving number’s telecom operator

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sanketpero wrote:

I guess this is how much they need to pay to receiving number’s telecom operator

I don’t think so..
They want to charge the customer for each and every sms at 20 Paisa..
Which would turn out to be more than the 3 rupees charge..as most of us use UPI for offers..

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sujith8786 wrote:

I don’t think so..
They want to charge the customer for each and every sms at 20 Paisa..
Which would turn out to be more than the 3 rupees charge..as most of us use UPI for offers..

Transaction alert charges are not included on InstaAlert SMS.

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Do we miss anything if we deregister from sms? Is everything received in email?

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abhishek012 wrote:

Transaction alert charges are not included on InstaAlert SMS.

Oh I didn’t know about that bro.. let’s see

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bargainhunter wrote:

Do we miss anything if we deregister from sms? Is everything received in email?

Nothing much to miss.. but the mail gets delayed sometimes…that’s it

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Change from receiving this alert on SMS to email. It’ll be free..

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saxena_ wrote:

Change from receiving this alert on SMS to email. It’ll be free..

Yes
•The email alert will continue to remain free

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