Want to have deposits, loans or financial advice; sbiINTOUCH comes as one-stop solution; here's how
The services of sbiINTOUCH is not limited to opening account, but also helps you in getting debit card, apply for loans and make deposits.
Opening a bank account is a very important step for not only salaried citizen but also for almost everyone in India. These days even young generation is very active in having a bank account to save their pocket money or for investment purpose. Opening a bank account is one major step for commencing investments like fixed deposits, mutual funds, equities, insurances, bonds and many more. It makes life easier for people who have cash in their pocket. Therefore, to encourage people for opening bank account, largest state-owned lender took to its twitter handle promoting its new sbiINTOUCH branch which makes opening bank account procedures very easy and flexible. The service of sbiINTOUCH is not limited to opening account, but also helps you in getting debit card, apply for loans and make deposits.
SBI said, “#DidYouKnow customers can visit a sbiINTOUCH branch and open an account, as well as print a personalized Photo Debit Card in a matter of minutes!”
If you want to avail sbiINTOUCH services as well, you need to remember these facts.
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At the sbiINTOUCH branches, banking services such as the opening of Savings Bank, Current Accounts, CSP/DSP Accounts, Pehla kadam, PPF etc, account opening Kiosk (AOK) enables customers to open their account with just a few touches then and there.
Debit Card Printing
The printing of personalised photo debit cards on the spot is available by revolutionary touch technology Debit Card Printing Kiosks (DCPK).The whole process of opening an account and printing a debit card takes less than 15 minutes.
#DidYouKnow customers can visit a sbiINTOUCH branch and open an account, as well as print a personalized Photo Debit Card in a matter of minutes! Learn more: https://t.co/Hgz4WphMjB#SBI #StateBankofIndia #SBIServices #DebitCard #SBIDebitCard #sbiINTOUCH #DigitalBanking pic.twitter.com/p1Q9roTNOP
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) June 19, 2018
Cheque deposits through Electronic Cheque Deposit Machine, deposits such as e-TDR, e-STDR, e-SBI Flexi, e-Tax Saving etc are available. Cash deposits through cash deposit machine are also available.
Personal segment loans such as housing, car, education, personal etc are available at these sbiINTOUCH branches.
Financial counselling through hi-definition Audio Video conferencing service is provided at select branches termed Remote Expert Module (REM), where customers can interact with financial experts.
Quick Photo Debit Card
A new service has been launched wherein sbiINTOUCH Branches will be able to provide all SBI customers having A/c, pan India, with personalised debit cards with photographs in just 5 minutes. Customers are required to bring only Aadhaar card for verification purposes to sbiINTOUCH Branches and get their personalised photo debit cards. This facility can also be used in case our customers have lost their cards or want a new one irrespective of older card.
SBI on its website says, “One step in this direction was setting up the high-tech, one of its kind, 257 sbiINTOUCH Branches equipped with state-of-the-art digital technology.”
These sbiINTOUCH branches cover more than 143 districts across the country.