SBI Quick – MISSED CALL BANKING is a free service from the Bank where in you can get your Account Balance, Mini Statement and more just by giving a Missed Call or sending an SMS with pre-defined keywords to pre-defined mobile numbers from your registered mobile number. Please ensure that your mobile number is updated in your account to be able to register for this service
If you have an Android, Windows, iOS or Blackberry phone, you can download SBI Quick app from the respective App Store. SBI Anywhere can avail SBI Quick facility in the pre-login section. With this app you need not remember the various keywords and destination mobile numbers. Once app is installed, internet connection is not required to use SBI Quick, as the communication would happen over SMS or Missed Call.
Note that mobile app is not mandatory for using this facility.
Features of SBI Quick
- Balance enquiry
- Mini Statement
- ATM Card blocking
- Car loan features
- PM Social security schemes
- De Register
- Account Statement through e-mail
- Housing Loan Interest certificate through E-mail
- Education loan Interest certificate through E-mail
Do you even know about the SBI balance enquiry through sbi missed call banking or SMS? I guess not. In this article, we will explain you on how you can check SBI balance with missed call and mobile SMS.
State bank of India introduced a new option of checking the account balance. This new method is using missed call and mobile SMS for balance inquiry. There is an SBI toll-free number you can also check your account balance by giving missed call to that number. Check the article below on how to check the SBI balance with missed call and mobile SMS. Users can also find the information about Balance enquiry, blocking an ATM card, Mini Statement and car and home loan inquiry.
SBI QUICK – MISSED CALL BANKING Registration Process
In order to use the service customers must get registered for missed call banking by just sending an “SMS” to 09223488888 from your mobile number which you registered at your branch. Here is how to register for SBI Quick Missed Call banking service.
Send SMS, ‘REG’ to 09223488888
E.g. REG 09223488888
A confirmation message will be received for successful registration, please make sure to send the SMS with the number registered in the bank.
Missed Call Banking For Account Services
How to Check SBI balance with missed call
SBI will let users know their bank balance by giving a missed call to their toll-free number. You just need to give a missed call through the registered number of your bank account.
Give Missed call to 1800112211 and 18004253800.
Give missed Call or send an SMS ‘BAL’ to 09223766666.
Note that the missed call is free and there will be no charges charged for making this missed call.Once you give the missed call you will receive a message to your registered mobile stating the SBI bank balance details. You can use this service anywhere in India.
Get Mini Statement with SBI Missed call
Mini Statement comprises of last five transaction details which you can get by giving a missed Call or by sending an SMS ‘MSTMT’ to 09223866666.
Obtain Last 6 Months E-Statement
Get e-statement of your savings bank account for last 6 months by just sending an SMS.
Send an SMS ‘ESTMT <space> <Account Number> <space> <code> to 09223588888
Here <code> refers to any four digits of your choice which will be set as passoword for e-statement that you will get to your registered email ID.
ATM Card Control
Now you can configure/control your ATM card with just sending a message. Here are few operations that can be performed on your ATM card.
- Blocking ATM Card: BLOCK<space>XXXX’ to 567676 (XXXX represents last 4 digits of the card number).
- ATM card Switch ON/OFF at POS/ATM/ECOM/INTL/DOM : Send SMS ‘SWON/SWOFFATM/POS/ECOM/INTL/DOM <space> XXXX’ to 09223966666 (XXXX represents last 4 digit of the card number).E.g. SWON ATM 567676 to activate ATM usageSWOFF POS 567676 to deactivate POS usage
On a successful change in state of service, a confirmation message will be received. Note that ATM card operations can also be done through Online SBI( Internet Banking), or by calling to SBI Customer care or through State Bank Anywhere mobile app
Deactivate SBI Missed Call Banking Service
Customers wishing not to use or avoid using missed call banking service can opt out by simply sending an SMS. If you want to deregister your mobile number from your SBI account, follow the below steps.
Send SMS ‘DREG account number’ to 09223488888
Once you are done with sending the SMS, your phone number will be deregistered to your SBI Missed Call Banking service. A message of confirmation will be received.