SBI customer alert: If you are a client of State Bank of India, here is an update for you. The SBI has informed its customers that its internet banking services such as SBI YONO, YONO Lite and UPI facilities will remain unavailable to customers between 10:45 p.m. on July 10 and 12:15 a.m. on July 11. said its internet banking services will not be available for 90 minutes due to maintenance activities that will be undertaken by the bank.Also Read – Watch Out For SBI Credit Card Users: Your EMI Transactions Will Get Costly From Today
âWe ask our valued customers to stay with us as we strive to provide a better banking experience. We will undertake maintenance activities between 10:45 p.m. on July 10 and 12:15 a.m. on 07/11/2021. During this period, Internet Banking / YONO / YONO Lite / UPI will be unavailable. We regret the inconvenience caused and ask you to be patient with us, âtweeted SBI from its official Twitter account. Also Read – PhonePe Leads UPI Market Despite Double WhatsApp Payment Covered Transactions
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It should be noted that the time slot for maintenance activities has been maintained during off-peak hours by the bank. Thus, SBI account holders will not encounter any difficulty. However, if you have a large transaction, you must settle it immediately before the temporary stay takes effect.
The SBI has asked its customers to be patient with the bank as it strives to provide a better banking experience.
Not just this time, the bank’s digital banking platforms including Yono, Yono lite, online banking, unified payment interface (UPI) were also affected due to maintenance last month. .
According to the latest updates, the SBI has the largest network with over 22,000 branches and over 57,889 ATMs across the country. As of December 31, 2020, the SBI had 85 million internet banking users and 19 million mobile banking users. The number of UPI users of the bank stood at 135 million at the end of December.
In the meantime, the SBI has urged its customers to keep changing their passwords constantly to avoid fraud. The bank said on Friday that changing passwords was like a vaccine against the virus.