UPI Pin Reset in SBI – How to do it through YONO?

SBI UPI Pin Reset Through YONO SBI

A unified Payments Interface (UPI) is a very simple and fast payment system as compared to other payment methods. So, every customer uses UPI for fund transfers and other bill payments. It is a real-time transaction that happens in a few seconds.

But, it will be possible only if you know your UPI Pin. Because you need to enter your UPI Pin to complete the transaction. So, if you forget, you can reset it again.

In this tutorial, we will share how you can reset your UPI Pin within a few steps. To do so, you need to install the YONO application.

Download the YONO app, and log in by entering your SBI Internet Banking credentials or with your debit card details. Next, follow the steps below:

How to Reset SBI UPI Pin?

So, first of all, you have to open the Yono application; you will find the ‘YONO Pay‘ option on the home screen.

Select YONO Pay

1: Tap on the YONO Pay option.

Click on BHIM UPI

2: Select ‘BHIM UPI‘ on the next screen.

select manage

3: Tap on ‘Manage‘, which appears on the next screen.

4: On the next screen, select ‘Bank Account‘.

 click Reset pin

5: Next, you will find the Reset Pin and Change Pin options. You need to enter your old and new Pin. But, for the ‘Reset Pin’, you must enter your SBI debit card details.

SBI UPI Pin reset card details

6: So, select ‘Reset Pin‘. On the next screen, enter the last six digits of your SBI debit card number and expiry date. Tap on ‘Next‘.

7: You will receive OTP on your registered mobile, enter OTP and set your UPI PIN. Confirm it, and then tap on Submit. On submission, it will successfully reset. That’s it!

See also – What is Bulk Posting in SBI?

Q: Can I change my SBI UPI Pin without a debit card?

A: Yes, you can change your SBI UPI Pin without a debit card. You need to enter the old and new UPI Pin.

Q: How to reset SBI UPI Pin?

A: To reset your SBI UPI Pin, you have to enter your SBI debit card details.

Q: What is the UPI transaction limit per day?

A: Rs.100000/-, but it may change with time.

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