How to Check SBI Account Balance Using App, Website and Other Methods
The State Bank of India is the largest public sector bank in the country. With the push towards digitalization, SBI has opened portals to a wide variety of services for its clients. Now, SBI customers can perform several banking-related tasks while sitting at home. Initially supported by website and phone services, this particular benefit now reflects the contribution of SBI’s application, YONO (You Only Need One).
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Although the bank has taken care of almost all major banking related tasks, sometimes the simplest activity may require assistance. For example, checking your account balance. While there is the conventional way of withdrawing money from the bank and finding out the current balance, there are a plethora of other ways as well. Here is how you can check your SBI account balance in simple steps using many easy methods.
By text message : All you have to do is text ‘BAL’ to 09223766666 from your registered phone number. If your number is not yet registered with SBI, text ‘REGAccount Number’ to 09223488888.
Missed call: You can use your registered phone number to make a missed call and check your balance. Just give a missed call to 09223766666. If this number does not work, try the other number – 09223866666 – and the bank will provide you with a mini statement of required account balance details.
USSD number: A USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) number can also tell you your current SBI account balance. First, register by texting “MBSREG” to 567676 or 0922344000. Once you have received your User ID and MPIN in response to the message. Now dial *595# and select the option to request your balance after entering your user ID. Once chosen, enter the MPIN, and you will know your balance.
Website and app: Using the website or app is one of the easiest ways to check your account balance. If you are trying through the website, open the portal and check the balance after entering your credentials on the website.
For the YONO app, open the app and you can locate the balance inquiry section, which will show you your current balance.
Using an ATM: Finally, the conventional way to check your balance is to use the ATM. Insert your debit card into the slot, enter your 4-digit PIN and you can check your balance.
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