SBI WhatsApp Banking Service: State Bank of India, India’s largest public sector lender India Last month, WhatsApp started banking services for its customers. Currently, SBI WhatsApp banking services can be availed to check mini statement and account balance instantly. As part of the mini statement, SBI will provide the details of the last five transactions of the customer. The lender has been informing the account holders about its new WhatsApp banking services.
“Your bank is now on WhatsApp. Know your account balance and view mini statement on the go,” SBI said in a Twitter post on Thursday, August 25.
Your bank is now on WhatsApp. Know your account balance and view mini statements on the go.#whatsappbanking #State Bank Of India #Whatsapp #Amrit Mahotsav #BHIMSBI Pay pic.twitter.com/taKZQ6FCFN
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) 25 August 2022
How to Register for SBI WhatsApp Banking
To use SBI WhatsApp Banking services, you need to first register your account and give your consent for the same through SMS. An unregistered customer who tries to avail the services will receive a message from the bank asking him to register first.
“You are not registered for SBI WhatsApp Banking Services. In order to register and provide your consent to use these services, please send the following SMS to ware a/c number 9172089333148 from your registered mobile number with the Bank. You can view the detailed T&C for these services at Bank.sbi,” SBI bot will say in a message to the unregistered customer.
How to avail SBI WhatsApp Banking Services
Step 2: Once you are registered, type ‘Hi’ SBI on the number +919022690226 or reply to the message received on WhatsApp “Dear Customer, You are successfully registered for SBI WhatsApp banking services.”
Step 3: Once you have sent your message, you will receive this reply:
Welcome to SBI WhatsApp Banking Services!
Please choose one of the options below.
1. Account Balance
2. Mini Statement
3. De-register with WhatsApp Banking
You can also type your query to get started.
Step 4: Choose from option 1 or 2 to check your account balance or get a short description of your last five transactions. You can also choose option 3 if you want to cancel the registration from SBI WhatsApp Banking.
Step 5: Your Account Balance or Mini Statement as per your choice will be displayed. If you have any query you can also type.
During a press meet on July 1, the bank’s chairman Dinesh Khara had announced that SBI would soon launch its WhatsApp banking services for customers, but did not give any details about what services would be available.
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