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Axis Bank has launched the ACE Credit Card (ACE Credit Card) in India in association with the online payment app Google Pay and Visa. Through this card, users can earn 5 percent cashback on mobile recharge (Bill Recharge) and bill payment on Google Pay app.

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  • Last Updated:November 5, 2020, 12:33 AM IST

new Delhi. Axis Bank has launched a new credit card in India with the online payment app Google Pay and Visa. Users will get special benefit by paying with ACE Credit Card. Through this card, users can earn 5 percent cashback on mobile recharge (Bill Recharge) and bill payment on Google Pay app. The special thing is that there is no capping on this cashback.

According to the information given on axisbank.com, users will get 2% to 5% cashback on payment from this card.
1. Unlimited 5 percent cashback will be available on Google Pay by making mobile recharge, DTH recharge, bill payment (internet, electricity, gas etc.).
2. Paying on Swiggy, Zomato and Ola can earn cashback of 4 percent. There is also an unlimited 2 percent cashback on other transactions.

Apart from this, users will get a cashback of 5 percent on payment on the growers and big basket with this credit card. However, this offer is only till 31 December.

Cashback will not be available on these transactions
1. Fuel Spend
2. EMI Transaction
3. Cash Advance
4. Wallet load etc.

Joining fee – Rs 499
The joining fee of this credit card is 499 rupees. However, the joining fee will be reversed after the card is issued 10 thousand rupees within 45 days of issue. At the same time, there will be no joining fee if you apply this card till 31 December 2020.

Annual fee – Rs 499
The annual fee of this card is 499 rupees. However, after touching Rs 2 lakh in a year, the annual fee will be reversed.

Please tell that till now you have linked your bank accounts on Google Pay for UPI transactions. Now the option to save credit and debit cards on Google Pay has come. After linking the card, you will be able to take advantage of the dual option of payment. That is, you will be able to pay through both card and UPI. Currently, Axis and Kotak Bank users can link their credit and debit cards. At the same time, SBI Visa card holders can link their credit card to Google Pay account.

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