SBI Balance Check: How to Check SBI Savings Account Balance
If you have a savings account with
(SBI), here are five ways to check your account balance. SBI has removed the requirement to maintain a minimum balance in its savings accounts. This was announced via a press release on March 11, 2020. One of the most common ways to check the balance is to log into your account through SBI’s Net banking feature. You can log into your account by visiting www.onlinesbi.com and entering your username and password.
Once you have successfully logged into your account, the web page will display your bank account number, branch name, and a hyperlink for available balance and transactions.
Click ‘Click here for balance’ to check your savings account balance.
If you don’t or can’t access online banking, another way to check the balance is to call the toll-free number.
Call 1-800-11-2211 or 1-800-425-3800 and follow the instructions to find your bank account balance. Remember that you must call from your registered cell phone number to use this feature.
To check your SBI savings account balance, you can visit the nearest SBI ATM. If you check your bank account balance through an ATM, an SMS will be sent to your registered cell phone number to notify you of such a request. This feature was launched as a security measure to ensure that the customer knows that such a transaction has been initiated on their debit card and to avoid any risk of scams or fraud.
The facility was announced by the bank via a tweet on its official Twitter account.
If you have signed up for SBI’s mobile banking service, you can use this feature to check your account balance. To use the mobile banking service, you need to download the bank’s mobile banking app.
Once you have successfully logged into your account, select âRequest Servicesâ from the main menu. Under “Survey Services”, select “Balance Survey”, select the bank account for which you want to check the balance and enter the MPIN. Press the “Menu” button and select “Confirm”.
You will receive the message indicating the balance of the account you selected. To find out more about the Mobile Banking service, click on
SBI customers can also check the savings account balance using the bank’s missed call service. Using this facility, one can check his account balance, get a mini statement, mortgage interest certificate and other services.
To access this service, you must register for it, in accordance with the bank’s website.
Once you have registered for this service, you must send a missed call or send a “BAL” SMS to 09223766666.
Balance Check Fee
SBI does not charge its clients for checking their account balance using any of the facilities mentioned above. However, in the case of ATM service, there is a limit on the number of free non-financial transactions per month.
The number of these free transactions depends on the average monthly balance you keep. If the number of these transactions exceeds the free limit, you will be charged either Rs 8 (for other ATMs) or Rs 5 (for SBI’s own ATM) plus GST at 18%, depending on the fees mentioned on the banks. website.