SBI WhatsApp bank registration number: steps to check account balance, mini statement
SBI WhatsApp bank registration number: The State Bank of India (SBI), the country’s largest lender, is now on WhatsApp. The bank offers a multitude of banking services to its customers via WhatsApp. The bank in a Tweet said customers can check their account balance and get mini statements via WhatsApp. SBI customers who wish to opt for the WhatsApp banking service will first need to register.
SBI WhatsApp bank registration number
Customers should note that you should send this SMS from the number registered in your SBI bank account. Customers who text from a mobile number that is not registered to the bank account will not be entertained by the bank.
Successful customers will receive a message from 90226 90226 on WhatsApp. Customers will not have to reply to the message received on WhatsApp with a “Hi” text.
Once the entire registration process is complete, customers will be able to check their bank account balance and access mini-statements.
Once the registered customer sends Hello, he will receive this message: “Dear Customer, Welcome to SBI Whatsapp banking! Please choose one of the options below. 1. Account balance 2. Mini statement 3. Unsubscribe from WhatsApp Banking”
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) August 16, 2022
The client should send ‘1’ to check the account balance; ‘2’ to obtain a mini account statement; ‘3’ to unsubscribe from SBI WhatsApp Banking.
Apart from SBI, other banks like ICICI Bank, Bank of Baroda, IDFC First Bank and Axis Bank also offer WhatsApp banking services to their customers.
SBI credit card whatsapp number
The State Bank of India also provides services to SBI credit card holders on WhatsApp.
SBI credit card holders can track reward points, outstanding balances and account insights on WhatsApp. To start the SBI credit card service on WhatsApp, SBI credit card holders will need to text “OPTIN” to 90040 22022 on WhatsApp.
SBI credit card holders can also register by making a missed call on 08080945040. For this they will need to ensure that the number used for a missed call is registered with the bank.