- SBI account holders can check balance and do other things without even logging in
- SBI says its account holders can now check your account balance, passbook and make transactions without logging in to the app
- You can do a transaction of up to Rs 2000 without logging in to the app
India’s largest lender, the State Bank of India or more commonly knows as SBI provides a large range of banking and financial services to its customer and if you have an account with SBI and wish to check the balance in your account, the bank is giving you the ability to do it in a number of ways.
A user can check the balance online via the internet or mobile banking, additionally, the balance can also be checked through SBI YONO mobile application.
In a tweet, the State Bank of India informed its users of the pre-login features which are now available on the SBI Yono app, which means they can now check their account balance, see the passbook and even make transactions without having to log in to the app.
SBI Tweeted, “Now check your account balance, view passbook and make transactions without logging in to the app. Bank quick with YONO SBI!”
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) September 28, 2020
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On the YONO application, a user will see an option of view balance and also quick pay option along with the login option. Users can use these options via the 6 digit MPIN or using the biometric authentication/ face ID or even the user ID and password.
Here is how you can view balance and m-passbook in the Yono app without logging in
- You can use MPIN
- User ID and Password
If a user wishes to check his/ her account balance in the Yono application without even logging in, all the person need to do is follow these simple instructions:
- Click on ‘View Balance’ option
- Choose MPIN or User ID and Password or Biometric Authentication or Face ID
After the authentication, the balance of all the accounts which were linked to the YONO app will be available to be seen.
Right below the account balance users will be able to see the option of “View Transactions”, on which you can see the transaction details i.e. m-passbook of the selected account. The users can now even set the limit of their transactions with the help of the OTP management feature.
SBI also introduces another great feature called “Yono Quick Pay”, a user, by clicking on the “Yono Quick Pay”, will be able to do a transaction of up to Rs 2000 without even having to log in the app. For this, initially, the authentication will have to be done via one of the MPIN or the Biometric Authentication or the Face ID over even via the User ID and Password.