For IMPS, the transaction count jumped 36 per cent to 166.8 million in May, from 122.47 million in April, while the value grew 39 per cent to Rs 1.69 trillion against Rs 1.22 trillion in April. For March, the volume stood at 216.82 million with value at 2.01 trillion.
The transaction limit under IMPS and UPI is capped at Rs 2 lakh per transaction.
BBPS, an online bill payment system, also saw a revival with transaction count growing 30 per cent to 16.54 million in May, from 12.77 million in April. The transaction value grew about 60 per cent to Rs 2,179 crore in May, compared to Rs 1,371 crore in April. Notably, the transaction count and value in May for BBPS was more than the numbers clocked in March, which saw a clampdown in economic activity for almost 10 days.
With vehicular activity picking pace in May, toll collection also saw a huge uptick. Fastags posted an impressive jump of more above 400 per cent in transaction count at 55.17 million, and an over-300 per cent jump in value at Rs 1,142 crore.