SBI customers who have not registered their mobile number with the bank need to hurry.
From December 1, SBI will not allow account holders to use internet banking services if their mobile number is not registered with the bank.
According to RBI's July 6, 2017 circular banks must have registered mobile number of customers for SMS alerts for electronic transactions like internet and mobile banking.
SBI on its website said,"Please register your mobile number by November 30, 2018, failing which your internet banking access may be deactivated/blocked with effect from December 1, 2018."
To link your mobile number to your account, visit an SBI branch, use the ATM or go online.
Swipe your card and click on the registration option.
Provide your pin followed by your mobile number and select the 'Correct' option.
The screen will display an acknowledgment message but you're not done yet, you will get a call from the bank within 72 hours and a reference number will be sent via SMS.
Once these details are verified, the process will be completed.
Log in to the bank's website, www.onlinesbi.com
In the 'my accounts' section there is a 'profile-personal details-change mobile no.' option.
Select this, enter the next page and select your account number.
Input the mobile number and click on submit.
The process is complete and you will be able to see the last two digits of your mobile number.
Other than this, you can visit an SBI branch and submit a letter of request.