National Common Mobility Card for all needs and services

National Common Mobility Card to pay for all services through a single card is about to be implemented. The Union Ministry of Urban Housing and Urban Affairs has developed 'One Nation, One Card' (NCMC – National Common Mobility Card). The National Common Mobility Card (NCMC – National Common Mobility Card) is about to be used as a way for people to pay for all their needs and services with a single card.

National Common Mobility Card for all needs and services

National Common Mobility Card to pay for all services through a single card is about to be implemented. The Union Ministry of Urban Housing and Urban Affairs has developed 'One Nation, One Card' (NCMC – National Common Mobility Card). The National Common Mobility Card (NCMC – National Common Mobility Card) is about to be used as a way for people to pay for all their needs and services with a single card.

National Common Mobility Card for all needs and services

National Common Mobility Card to pay for all services through a single card is about to be implemented. The Union Ministry of Urban Housing and Urban Affairs has developed 'One Nation, One Card' (NCMC – National Common Mobility Card). The National Common Mobility Card (NCMC – National Common Mobility Card) is about to be used as a way for people to pay for all their needs and services with a single card. This National Common Mobility Card (NCMC – National Common Mobility Card.) will help you pay travel fares from buses to metros, toll taxes and parking fees with a single card.

This National Common Mobility Card (NCMC – National Common Mobility Card) is available as Debit / Credit / Prepaid Rupee Cards from 25+ partner banks including Bank of India, State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank and others. A single card can be used for payments, withdrawals and other payments. Also, you can use this card to buy goods at shops and withdraw money from ATMs. RBI has announced that up to Rs 3000 can be used without any KYC. In 2019, the National Public Mobility Card (NCMC), which provides digital services in India, has been introduced in many public transport systems. But now the government has relaxed its rules as people are not using it in large numbers.