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Send money from £1.90 transfer fee

Transfer fees from £1.90

When you send money to India, you can choose how you want it to arrive:

Bank account

Send money in minutes to billions of bank accounts**

From £1.90 transfer fee*

Why send to a bank account?

Cash pickup

With more than agent locations in India, finding one near your receiver is easy

From £2.90 transfer fee*

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Your money. In India. In Minutes**.

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Transfer to a bank account**, phone, or one of over agent locations in India***

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** Funds generally take minutes to reach a recipient's bank account in Kotak Mahindara Bank, YES Bank, Union Bank of India, Federal Bank, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda and ICICI Bank. Services and Funds may be delayed or services unavailable based on transaction conditions, including regulatory and foreign exchange issues, identification requirements, consumer protection issues, delivery restrictions, bank operating hours, banking and local holidays, and differences in time zones. Additional restrictions may apply Transaction limit is INR200,000 per transaction. Any transactions with a higher principal amount will be routed through the next day service. The Reserve Bank of India Rules require payouts exceeding INR50,000 by way of bank cheque. Western Union also implements additional rules to protect customers and prevent use of the service outside permitted guidelines, including the payment of transactions exceeding INR 9,999/- by bank cheque if a family relationship cannot be clearly established based on available information