Net Banking Indicative Rate is one of the affordable ways to send money to India from anywhere, anytime with indicative exchange rates. You can send money using the Internet banking service of your local bank.
The option is best suited for sending money online directly from your bank account and saving high charges.
The faster way to remit
Cut out all the extra steps and extra efforts involved in receiving your funds. Choose the
Remit2India speedy way.
You just send money; we convert the amount into rupees and directly credit it into your receiver's
account. Right across India - at 500,000 branches of 90 banks. That means no waiting
for a courier or a check. No running around to make a deposit.
Can't get simpler and faster, can it?
You don't have to pay any charges to your bank.
Your recipient doesn't have to visit the bank. Money goes directly into the receiver's
Takes lesser time compared to sending a Demand Draft.
Net Banking Express Transfer
Net Banking Guaranteed Transfer
Net Banking Indicative Rate
1* working day
1* working day
For amount up to INR 100,000 in our participating banks (hyperlink banks), the money will be transferred instantly only if the registered Remit2India account holder is transacting via his/her own bank account.
For amount above INR 100,000, the money would be transferred the same day.
***The cut-off for customers to enjoy same day transfers is 1500 AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time).
Direct Account Credit : Instructions provided by Remit2India for payments on a particular day may take at most one working day to credit into the receiver's account. However this is highly dependent on the bank's internal operations and may vary from bank to bank.
* Once your funds are received by Remit2India.
A 'business day' counts as a bank's working day in India. There may be delays due to public holidays (either in your country of residence or in India) or due to system issues. Click here for a list of bank holidays.
**Subject to receipt of funds by Remit2India within the cut-off times specified (3:00 PM Indian Standard Time).