We missed this earlier. The Bharat Bill Payment System (BBPS) has facilitated 31.5 million transactions in the month of March, up 75% YoY from 18 million recorded in March last year, figures revealed the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) have shown. The value of transactions has gone up by around 165% YoY. Transactions worth Rs 2986.15 crore were recorded in March as compared to Rs 1125.51 crore worth of transactions in March last year. The NPCI's release also highlighted key stats pertaining to the BBPS, they include: 71 - The total number of Bharat Bill Payment Operating Units (BBPOUs) certified by NPCI. This includes 61 banks and 10 non-banking entities. 75 - The total number of billers that have been enabled to receive payments. This includes 49 electricity providers, 3 DTH providers, 4 postpaid mobile operators, 2 landline telecom…
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