State Bank of India, the largest lender in the public sector in India, provides a variety of online and mobile services for the convenience of its customers. SBI WhatsApp Banking is one of several hassle-free services that the bank has introduced to handle all of your banking concerns. To use the SBI services, you only need to use your mobile device to quickly scan the QR code.
SBI now provides nine banking services using WhatsApp. The following is a list of the services available through the SBI WhatsApp Banking platform.
1. Account Balance
2. Mini statemen
3. Pension slip service
4. FAQs and information on interest rates for loans (including those for a home, a car, gold, a personal loan, and an education loan).
5. Details on deposit products, including savings accounts, recurring deposits, and term deposits, as well as their features and interest rates.
6. NRI Services: Features and Interest Rates (NRE and NRO Accounts)
7. Insta account opening (features, eligibility, requirements, and FAQ)
8. Contact information and complaint helplines
9. Loan pre – approval inquiries (Personal loan, Car loan, Two wheeler loan)
Here are the steps for registering for SBI Whatsapp Banking service:
- Go to the SBI website, https://bank.sbi, where the instructions for registering for Whatsapp Banking are listed.
- To use the SBI services, just use your mobile device to scan the QR code.
- You will be asked to send “Hello” from your WhatsApp number to +919022690226 and then follow the chat-bot instructions.
As an alternative, you can send an SMS with the following format “WAREG< >ACCOUNT NUMBER” to +91720893314 from your SBI-registered mobile number by using the steps below:If registration is successful, a confirmation message will be sent to the Whatsapp account associated with your registered mobile number.
To get started, send a “Hi” from your WhatsApp number to +919022690226. Then, follow the chat-instructions. bot’s
However, do take care of the SMS format and the recipient mobile number. Ensure that your bank account number is updated along with the mobile number from which the SMS is sent. If you haven’t updated your mobile number, go to your branch.