We all need currency notes, whether it’s a sale, purchase of items, or any other reason. Without notes, one can’t think their life will be operational anymore. So, here in this article, you’ll learn the process of getting New Currency Pakistani Notes.
In simple words, a currency note is a government treasury issued by the regulatory authority of any state within a specific border. It is a specially printed piece of paper having the face value of the mentioned digits.
For example, an Rs.5000/- note contains a value of 5k.
Pakistan Currency Notes Types
Pakistani currency notes have an old historical background since its independence. Various coins and notes were being used for financial transactions. But currently, the market circulating money includes:
- 10 Rupee
- 20 Rupee
- 50 Rupee
- 75 Rupee (commemorative)
- 100 Rupee
- 500 Rupee
- 1000 Rupee
- 5000 Rupee
Pakistani Currency Notes Change News
If you’re worried about the currency-changing design and the elimination of old ones. You can see the official tweet of the State Bank of Pakistan’s new currency notes news.
Last date to exchange old design banknotes has been extended till 31Dec22. These old design notes ceased to be legal tender and are as such not valid for transaction purposes. Public can exchange these old banknotes with new ones from SBP(BSC) offices. https://t.co/fHtD0QzvI8 pic.twitter.com/HnKLDAWGom
— SBP (@StateBank_Pak) January 8, 2022
Getting New Currency Notes in Pakistan
The procedure to get fresh money is simple. An individual having a bank account is more at ease with this task.
Method # 1: Via SMS Service by SBP
Follow the steps mentioned below:
- Open the SMS App on your mobile phone.
- Go to > New and Type “ID Card Number <space> Branch Code.”
- Send the message to “8877.”
- You’ll receive a confirmation message for the collection of new notes.
Method # 2: From Bank Branch
If you have a bank account in any of the commercial, private, or government sectors. You can get fresh notes. Here’s how:
- Visit your home bank branch.
- At the counter, tell them to provide new currency.
- Then, pay the same amount you’re receiving for the new ones.
Note: The bank policies apply depending upon the condition. For more details, visit their official website.
How to get a 75 rupees note in Pakistan?
State Bank of Pakistan announced the banknote of Rs.75/-. It is a commemorative note launched at the country’s 75th independence special event. Its color is green, with a picture of four great leaders. At the back, the national animal Markhor is printed.
1/2 #SBP unveils the design of Rs.75 commemorative banknote being issued on 75th anniversary of the country’s independence. The note will be available for public issuance from 30th September 2022.
For details: https://t.co/ZvCNGKxSjV pic.twitter.com/qweDbs28g7
— SBP (@StateBank_Pak) August 14, 2022
In order to get your copy of this note:
- First, visit any commercial bank or state bank regional branch.
- Then, pay the amount and collect it.
Still have a question, ask in the comment section below!
SBP Contact Info
Address: I.I. Chundrigar Road Karachi, Pakistan.
Helpline: U.A.N. 111-727-111
Email: [email protected]
Who issue Pakistan’s new currency notes in 2023?
The State Bank of Pakistan officially issues fresh currency notes and distributes them to private and commercial banks. So they can facilitate their depositors and account holders.
Which branch code do I have to enter while messaging 8877?
Well, it depends upon the areas you live. For convenience, type the branch code where you hold an account and are near you.
Whose ID card number is required to enter?
It’s best to enter your CNIC number if you’re applying. If someone else is applying, they have to type their ID digits.
What was the 75 rupees note launch date in Pakistan?
The SPB announce the date of 30th September 2022, and after that, the general public can get their copies.
Can I use a 75 rupees note for business and personal financial transactions?
As per the SBP Act 1956 sec 25, Rs.75/- note is a legal tender. Therefore, one can use this note for all legit transactions.
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