Account holders can use SBI’s online banking services. Customers can use the service to access internet banking services.
The State Bank of India (SBI) online banking allows you to open a digital savings account and apply for a checkbook among others. Users can also pay utility bills online, open fixed deposits, conduct online transactions, view account statements and purchase insurance.
Who can use SBI’s online banking service?
All SBI account holders have access to the Net Banking Facility. Users should keep their ATM card and account information, such as account number, CIF number, branch code, and registered mobile phone number, handy.
Follow these steps to register for SBI Net Banking:
Account holders should go to the SBI web portal.
Under the ‘Personal Banking’ function, users must select ‘New User Registration/Activation’.
Account holders will be asked to fill out a form with information such as their account number, CIF, branch code, nationality, registered mobile number, etc.
Select transaction permissions.
Submit the form and enter the one-time password (OTP) that was sent to the registered mobile number.
Users will be directed to a page that will ask them to validate their debit cards.
Those who have an ATM card can complete the check-in procedure by entering their card information. Those who do not have a bank card will need to contact the bank to activate their Internet banking services.
After submitting the form, a new page will appear, displaying the user’s temporary username and prompting them to generate a login password. The registration process is now complete.
First published: May 27, 2022, 10:41 a.m. IST
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