If you are an SBI online net banking user, make sure to have your mobile number registered with your bank account before 30th November 2018. SBI recently notified on its website that users failing to register a primary mobile number with their SBI account may lose access to SBI online banking facility starting from 1st December 2018.
Be rest assured that losing access to SBI online banking facility will not have any effect on your SBI bank account. However, if you don’t want to face a situation where you have to lose access to SBI’s net banking services you will have to register your mobile number with your SBI account.
So here's everything you need to do to verify your mobile number and register it with the banking site.
All SBI users need to verify whether they have their mobile number registered with their SBI account. Here’s how you can do it:
Step 1: First things first, SBI customers can log into SBI internet banking facility using login credentials such as username and password. Go to onlinesbi.com and sign into your net banking account.
Step 2: Once you have logged into your internet banking account, navigate to ‘My accounts and profile’ > ’Profile.’ Then, click on the Personal Details/Mobile option.
Step 3: You will have to enter your profile password. Do keep in mind that profile password is different from your login password. Your mobile number will then be displayed.
If your mobile number is not displayed, your mobile number is not registered with SBI. In that case, all you have to do is registered your mobile number by following the steps mentioned below:
First-time registrants can register their mobile number by either visiting the nearest SBI branch or ATM. We feel registering mobile number with SBI ATM should be more convenient than visiting an SBI branch.
Step 1: Swipe your ATM card and select the option called 'Registration.' Enter your ATM pin and select the option for mobile number registration.
Step 2: Input the mobile number you wish to register with SBI. You will have to enter the number twice for confirmation. Once you confirm, a message will appear "Thank you for registering your mobile number with us."
Step 3: You will receive an SMS with a reference number. As per SBI, you should receive a call from SBI executive within three working days. We recommend you should ask the SBI executive to quote the reference number you must have received before you share any personal details.
Step 4: Once you successfully verify all the mandatory details, your mobile number will be registered with SBI. You will receive a confirmation saying so in the form of an SMS.
If you want to update a new mobile number, you can log into your SBI online account and navigate to personal information updation page.