How to check account balance in SBI with enquiry number

How to check account balance in SBI with enquiry number
The State Bank of India (SBI) office building is pictured in Kolkata, February 9, 2018. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri/File Photo
Incorporated in 1955, State Bank of India has been offering community service banking in India. One of the largest public sector banks in India, SBI is headquartered in Mumbai with its branches proliferated in nooks and corners of the country. Statistics show that SBI is the largest state-owned banking and financial services company in the nation with more than 16,000 branches. SBI offers a portfolio of services and provides the most convenient tools, features and facilities for banking to its customers. Forbes magazine has identified SBI as the 10th most reputed company in the world.

If you have a Bank Account with SBI (State Bank of India), you can check your account balance in many ways some of which are given below.

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SBI Balance enquiry via Toll-free Number

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As a SBI customer, you can use the SMS banking service provided by the bank to check your account balance or to receive a mini-statement.

Send SMS “BAL” to 09223766666

Give a missed call or SMS “MSTMT” to 09223866666. Once you do this, you will get a mini statement with the few latest transactions information on your account listed. You can also SMS “BAL” to 09223866666 to get your up-to-date account balance information.

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Check balance account by SBI ATM Card

If you have an ATM Debit card issued by SBI, you can visit the nearest ATM and get your balance by swiping the card in the ATM machine and choosing the “Balance Enquiry” option. Upon swiping your card, the system will ask for your 4 digit ATM PIN number. Choosing he ‘Balance Enquiry’ option will give you the latest balance information. If you choose the “Mini Statement” option, the SBI ATM will give a print out of the last 10 transactions.

SBI customers have a limited number of free ATM transactions per month. Once this number is exceeded, any additional transactions at the ATMs will invite a fee. So, it is advisable that you use other methods for balance check.

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Check A/c balance by SBI Net Banking

As an SBI Account holder, if you have registered for net banking, you can use your login id and password to log into your net banking account. Through this avenue, you can do balance enquiry, applying for personal loans, home loans, mortgage loans and also funds transfer.

SBI SMS Service

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You can register your mobile number of receiving account balance via SMS. To register for the same, go with the following step.

SMS “REG<space>Account Number” to 09223488888 (send this SMS only via your mobile number registered with SBI)

SBI Account Balance Via Missed call banking

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The account holders of SBI can also use the missed call banking to avail of a range of services like mini-statement, E-statement, generating ATM PIN, ATM configuration and many others. To register for missed call banking, follow this step.

From your registered mobile number, SMS ‘REG<SPACE>Account Number’ to 09223488888. Once the service is activated for you, you will get a confirmation message from the bank.

Balance check via mobile apps

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SBI offers a number of mobile banking apps for the convenience of its customers. Some of the apps of SBI you can download and use on your mobile phone are SBI Anywhere, SBI Quick, SBI Online, and SBI Anywhere Saral (SBI mPassbook). Install any one of these apps on your mobile phone and follow the user friendly instructions for setting up. These apps make banking functions a pleasure and highly convenient experience for SBI customers.



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