Unleash Your
Investment Potential

Invest locally and navigate through the dynamic
Indian stock market to shape your financial future.

Primary Attributes
of Indian Stock

Demat Account

Open a demat account in 4 simple steps
with the secure and seamless digital platform.

Diverse Market

The Indian stock market includes various
sectors like technology, finance, healthcare,
energy, consumer goods, and more, providing opportunities for diversification.

Growth Potential

India's economy has the potential for
substantial growth, which can translate into
higher stock market returns over time.

Access to Promising

Invest in established Indian companies as well
as emerging businesses with growth potential,
contributing to your portfolio's diversification.


The major Indian stock exchanges, such as the BSE
and NSE, are well-regulated and offer high liquidity,
ensuring ease of buying and selling shares.

Regulatory Oversight

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
regulates the Indian stock market, providing
investor protection and transparency.

Investment Flexibility

Indian stock exchanges allow trading in various
instruments, including equities, derivatives, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs), offering investment
choices that suit your strategy.

Dividend Income

Many Indian companies distribute dividends
to shareholders, providing an additional source
of income.

Ease of Access

Online brokerage platforms make it convenient
for domestic and international investors to participate
in the Indian stock market.

Initial Public
Offerings (IPOs)

Participate in IPOs to potentially buy shares
of companies before they're publicly listed,
aiming for early gains.

Investor Education

Numerous resources, research reports, and
market analyses are available to help you make
informed investment decisions.

Long-Term Investment

The Indian stock market can be a suitable platform
for long-term investors who want to participate in
the country's economic growth.

Tax Benefits

Long-term capital gains from Indian equities
enjoy favorable tax treatment, which can be
advantageous for investors.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the stock investment changes by airpay money?

airpay money does not charge any fees from the user. airpay money has tied up with Angel broking for the Capital market. Angel broking charges zero brokerage on equity delivery trade and Rs 20 on Intraday trades.

Do you need a Demat account to invest in the capital market?

Yes, you need a Demat account to trade in the capital market.

How do I open a Demat account?

A Demat account can be opened digitally through the airpay money app of Angel Broking.

How much time does it take to open a Demat account?

It takes a few minutes to complete the process and open a Demat account in Angel broking through airpay money.

Stock recommendation is provided by airpay money or Angel Broking ?

Stocks recordation is provided by Angel broking through experts and is shown on airpay money for the users to invest.

Can I track my Portfolio in airpay money if my Demat account is not with Angel Broking?

No, you can't track your portfolio if you have a Demat account with another broking house.

What is a Stop Loss?

A Stop-loss order is an order placed with a broker to buy or sell a specific stock once the stock reaches a certain price. A stop-loss is designed to limit an investor's loss on a security position. For example, setting a stop-loss order for 10% below the price at which you bought the stock will limit your loss to 10%.

What are Order types?

The following order types are available on airpay money :

  1. Market -A market order is an order to buy or sell scrips at the current best available price.
  2. Limit -A limit order is an order to buy or sell scrips at a specified price. When you are buying, you instruct your broker not to go higher than the specified price. And when you are selling, you instruct your broker not to sell below your specified price.
  3. Stoploss limit (SL) -A stop-loss order remains passively in the exchange's stop-loss order book until your defined trigger price is breached. Once the trigger is breached, the order works precisely like a Stoploss limit (SL).
What is the Difference between Delivery trades and Intraday Trades?

The fundamental difference between intraday trading and delivery trading is in the way trades are cleared and settled. In the case of intraday trading, the trades are closed out on the same day, so the profits or losses, if any, are either credited or debited to the trading account. In the case of delivery, the buyer will have to pay the funds by T+1 and get the delivery in the Demat account by the end of T+2. In the case of delivery selling, the DIS has to be deposited with the broker on T+1 morning, and the bank credit comes in by the end of T+2 days.

What is Intraday Trading?

When you're buying and selling stocks within the same trading day, you're indulging in intraday trading. In this course of action, stocks are purchased with the aim of earning profits and not with any objective of investment. This is done by harnessing the movement of stock indices, which means that the varied prices of the stocks are harnessed to earn profits from trading stocks.

To participate in Intraday trading, an online trading account must be set up with specific orders explicit to intraday trading. These orders are squared off before the trading day ends.

What are Delivery trades?

Delivery trading is one of the most common trading methods in the stock market. Unlike intraday trading, delivery trading involves a more evident intention of investment than just trading opportunities. This is because the investors have it in their minds to hold onto their stock holdings for a more extended period.

In this process, there are no time constraints in the selling of stocks. It is considered a delivery trade as long as the stocks are delivered to the associated Demat accounts.

You cannot perform delivery trades without a Demat account since a Demat account is where your stocks will be stored.

When are the brokerage and other Charges applicable?

airpay money does not charge any fees; however, Angel broking, like any other broking house, collects the charges as mentioned below as per Govt and regulatory directives :

Angel   Equity Delivery   Equity Intraday
 Brokerage  Zero Brokerage  ₹ 20 / Executed Order Or 0.25% (Whichever Is Lower)
 STT  0.1% On Both Buy & Sell  0.025% Only On Sell
 Transaction Charges  

NSE: 0.00335% On Turnover 

Value (Buy & Sell)

# NSE: 0.00275% On Turnover Value (Buy & Sell) 

BSE: Charges Vary As Per 

The Scrip Group


NSE: 0.00335% On Turnover 

Value (Buy & Sell) 

# NSE: 0.00275% On Turnover Value (Buy & Sell) 

BSE: Charges Vary As Per

The Scrip Group*

 Demat Transaction / DP Charges  ₹ 20 / Scrip Only On Sell  No Charges
 GST  18% (On Brokerage, DP, Transaction, SEBI Charges)  18% (On Brokerage, Transaction, SEBI Charges)
 SEBI Charges  ₹ 10 / Crore  ₹ 10 / Crore
 Stamp Duty Charges  0.015% Of Turnover Value (Buyer)  0.003% Of Turnover Value (Buyer)
What are the documents required for Demat opening ?
  1. Proof of Identity
  2. Proof of Address
  3. Proof of Income
  4. Proof of Bank Account
  5. PAN