SBI’s move came in the wake of the circular (dated July 6, 2017) issued by Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Banks must ask their customers to mandatorily register for SMS alerts and wherever available register for e-mail alerts, for electronic banking transactions, RBI had said.
Therefore, if the mobile number is not already registered with SBI internet banking, users must do it as soon as possible. Besides, users can also check if the mobile number is already registered with the bank by logging in to the internet banking facility.
Steps to check if a mobile number is already registered with SBI net banking or not:
1. Visit SBI’s net banking website- onlinesbi.com
2. Enter login and password details
3. Now, click on ‘My Account and Profile’ tab
4. Click on ‘Profile’ tab
5. Now, click on ‘Personal Details/Mobile’.
6. Enter the profile password (Profile password is different from the user password)
7. Once the profile password is successfully entered, the registered mobile number and email id (if already registered) will be displayed
According to SBI, the internet banking portal provides personal banking services that gives complete control over all the banking demands online. It enables its retail banking customers to operate their accounts from anywhere anytime, removing the restrictions imposed by geography and time, added SBI.