What is FASTag?
FASTag is a prepaid, convenient and rechargeable tag that employs Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for making toll payments directly from the bank account linked to it. It is attached on the vehicle’s windscreen and allows driving through toll plazas, without stopping for cash transactions. The toll fee will deduct from the bank account or prepaid wallet connected to the FASTag affixed on the windshield of the vehicle as soon as the vehicle approaches the toll plaza.
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How to Buy?
FASTags can be bought from 22 certified banks through different channels like Point-of-Sale (POS) at NH toll plazas and selected bank branches. These are also available on E-commerce platforms like Amazon & PayTM.
Service providers have developed ‘My FASTag’ mobile application to provide a one-stop solution to all the users. If you don’t want to link the tags to your bank account, an NHAI prepaid wallet has also been launched for this.
How to activate your FASTag?
No banks are pre-assigned to the FASTag at the time you purchase it from a POS terminal or any online platform. These are completely 'Bank neutral'. This online system is based on the concept of DIY i.e. Do-It-Yourself where you can self activate it. All you have to do is to enter your vehicle details in the 'My FASTag' mobile app. The Android and iPhone users can download this app from the 'Google Play Store' and the 'Apple Store' respectively. Then, you will get the flexibility to link the FASTag with any one of your existing bank account by using the app.
How FASTag Works?
The FASTag which is fixed on the windscreen of a vehicle, ideally on the glass just behind the rear view mirror can be recharged through online payments and cheque. First it is scanned by the tag reader and then the toll amount is deducted when the vehicle crosses a toll plaza. Soon the user get SMS alert on the registered mobile phone about all the transactions and the available balance.