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Brokerage and Fees
  • Brokerage Charge For Normal Trading: (Normal trading is non-intraday trading where the buyer takes delivery of the stocks): Flat fee of INR 9 per executed order.

  • Brokerage Charge For Intraday Trading: Flat fee of INR 9 per executed order.

  • Brokerage Charge For F&O Trading: Flat fee of INR 9 per executed order.

  • Account Opening Charges: INR 200

  • Annual Maintenance Charge: INR 200 + GST from 2nd year onwards. 1st year free. 

  • Payment Gateway Charges Netbanking: INR 0

  • Payment Gateway Charges UPI: INR 0

  • Overdue Interest Charges: N.A.

  • Monthly Platform Fee: INR 0 

  • Digital KYC Charges: INR 0

  • Physical Settlement Charges: 0.2% for F&O.

  • Call & Trade Order: INR 20 per executed order.

Account Opening Fees

INR 200

Eligibility
Any Indian resident can apply.
Annual Fees

INR 200 + GST from 2nd year onwards. 1st year free.

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Special Features

Flat fee of INR 9 across market segments.

Features
Cons
  • Call and trade is charged separately at INR 20. 

  • Limited physical presence across India.

  • Not part of any financial conglomerate. 

Pros
  • Low brokerage.

  • Flat brokerage of INR 9.

  • Low AMC. 

  • Clean and simple user interface.

Pros and Cons
How to Apply?

You can open an account with SAS Online through two methods: online and offline. Here's a breakdown of both:

Online Account Opening:

  1. Visit SAS Online Website: Go to the SAS Online website (https://sasonline.in/).

  2. Click Sign Up: Locate the "Sign Up" button and click on it.

  3. Enter Details: Enter your mobile phone number and email address.

  4. Verify with OTPs: You'll receive One-Time Passwords (OTPs) on both your phone and email. Enter these OTPs to verify your contact details.

  5. Fill the Application Form: Provide your PAN number, date of birth, and other mandatory details like father's name, mother's name, Aadhaar number, and address.

  6. FATCA and Reference Details: Fill in the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) related fields, if applicable. You can also mention any referral details if you were referred by someone.

  7. Bank Details and Segments: Enter your bank account details. You can link multiple bank accounts to your trading account. Select the market segments (Equity, Derivatives, etc.) you wish to trade in and choose a brokerage plan.

  8. Demat Account (Optional): Choose whether you want to open a demat account for holding shares.

  9. Document Upload: Upload scanned copies of the documents mentioned on the SAS Online website (https://sasonline.in/support-qna.php?p=761). These typically include:PAN Card
    Aadhaar Card (or other valid address proof)
    Bank statement (latest)
    Other documents for derivative trading (if applicable)

  10. Submit Application: Once you've filled out the form, uploaded documents, and reviewed everything, submit your online account opening application.

Offline Account Opening:

While SAS Online primarily promotes online account opening, they might also offer an offline process.  Here's what you can do:

  1. Contact SAS Online: Reach out to SAS Online customer support and inquire about the possibility of opening an account offline. They might provide a downloadable form or guide you through the process.

  2. Visit SAS Branch (if applicable): If SAS Online has physical branches, you might be able to visit one to initiate the account opening process.

General Timeline:

  • Online account opening is said to be instant and paperless. However, account activation might take up to 24 working hours after all the mandate checks are done.

  • The timeline for offline account opening would depend on SAS Online's specific procedures.pen_spark

Documents Required
Aadhaar and PAN for online account opening.
Account Opening and Procedures
SAS Online

SAS Online is a decent option for cost-conscious traders who prioritize low fees and basic features. Unlimited trading plans can be attractive for active traders. However, its lack of in-depth research, occasional customer support issues, and mobile app glitches might be dealbreakers for some. If you're a budget-conscious trader who values basic features and unlimited trading, SAS Online could be worth considering. However, if you require extensive research, flawless mobile performance, or call & trade facilities, consider comparing SAS Online with other discount brokers or full-service providers before making your decision.

Abhijeet Saxena

Abhijeet Saxena

Abhijeet Saxena

Nalsar University of Law

Ex- Senior Associate, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, Delhi

Ex - Khaitan & Co. Bengaluru,

Ex - National Stock Exchange, Mumbai,

Ex - Argus Partners, Mumbai

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