SBI Missed Call Banking: Check Account Balance & Get Mini Statement

SBI stands for State Bank of India. In this post, we will have an in-depth analysis of SBI missed call banking service. Here, I’ve listed down SBI’s missed call balance enquiry and mini statement numbers.

 

SBI is the largest bank in India. It is a public sector banking institute. SBI offers the following main financial services to its customers –

  • Accounts (savings and current)
  • UPI
  • Loans
  • Money transfer services (NEFT, IMPS, mobile banking etc)
  • Personal banking
  • Corporate banking
  • Insurance
  • Mutual funds
  • And more…

 

Technology has made our lives a lot easier. Take for instance the sector of banking. We all indulge in banking activities from time to time. Technology has brought about wonderful advancements in the field of banking. Online banking is one such development. Mobile banking is also proving to be of help to bank customers. Just take a look at the missed call balance enquiry service for instance. It has made life easier for people like us! I’ve written a an article where I’ve mentioned the missed call numbers of Indian Banks to check account balance. In that list, I’ve dealt with SBI (State Bank of India) too, mentioning their missed call balance enquiry number. But in this post, I will bring forward more useful information related to SBI, such as- registration process, getting mini statement on phone, blocking ATM card etc.

 

SBI logo

With time, SBI has introduced modern banking technology and practices to improve its banking infrastructure. For example, SBI offers facilities such as – internet banking, mobile banking and missed call banking service. These services rely on works of technology such as the internet technology, mobile communication and mobile applications.

 

These services make banking relatively easy for the bank’s customers. For example, using the missed call banking service, a customer may check his/her bank account balance anytime, anywhere through a missed call! Similarly, using mobile banking app, he/she may initiate a fund transfer using a mobile phone!

 

SBI Missed Call Banking Service

Service Number
Balance enquiry 09223766666
Mini statement 09223866666

 

What is SBI missed call banking service all about, some of you may ask. In simple terms, this service will let you perform some basic banking tasks through a missed call! Using this service, you may perform the following banking activities –

  • Check your account balance.
  • Fetch mini statement.

 

How to register for SBI missed call banking service, some of you may ask. Come, let us check out the step by step registration process –

 

How to register for missed call banking?

In order to use this service, your mobile number must be registered with the bank. In other words, your mobile number must be linked to your bank account! If your mobile number is registered with the bank, simply follow these steps –

  1. Compose a text message in the following format – ‘REG [space] your account number’.
  2. Send the above message to this number – 09223488888. Send this message from your registered mobile number.
  3. After registering successfully, you will receive a confirmation message from SBI.
  4. Missed call banking service is now enabled on your account.

 

How to check SBI account balance by giving missed call?

After registering for missed call banking service, a customer may dial 09223766666 to check his/her account balance. Dial 09223766666 from your registered mobile number. After 1-2 rings, the call will get disconnected automatically. Once disconnected, the customer will receive an SMS from the bank. Check the SMS and you will find your account balance details in it.

 

How to get mini statement by giving missed call?

Dial 09223866666 from your registered mobile number to fetch mini statement. Dial 09223766666, the call will get disconnected automatically after 1-2 rings. Once disconnected, the customer will receive an SMS from the bank. Check the SMS and you will find details about your last five transactions in it.

 

Salient features of SBI missed call banking service

  • It is free service.
  • It is easy to use.
  • Available 24×7.
  • Internet is not required.
  • Can use it anywhere, anytime.
  • Works on any type of mobile phone.

 

How it works?

Here are the steps involved in the entire missed call banking process –

  1. User makes call from his/her registered mobile number.
  2. Bank identifies the number and looks up the relevant bank account.
  3. Bank also identifies the type of service requested by the user (balance enquiry or mini statement).
  4. System disconnects the call automatically.
  5. System generates and SMS that contains required information (account balance or transaction details).
  6. The SMS is sent to the user’s registered mobile number.

 

SBI SMS Banking Service

Service SMS format & number
Balance enquiry Send ‘BAL’ to 09223766666
Mini statement Send ‘MSTMT’ to 09223866666
Request new cheque book Send ‘CHQREQ’ to 09223588888
E-Statement (via email) Send ‘ESTMT [space] your account number [space] 4 digits code’ to 09223588888
Education Loan Interest Certificate Send ‘ELI [space] your account number [space] 4 digits code’ to 09223588888
Home Loan Interest Certificate Send ‘HLI [space] your account number [space] 4 digits code’ to 09223588888
Block ATM card Send ‘BLOCK [space] last 4 digits of your ATM card’ to 567676

 

Note: ‘4 digits code’ is a 4 digit number of your choice. This number will be used to encrypt the PDF file that will be sent to your registered email address.

 

Once you register for SBI missed call banking service, you are also eligible to use SBI SMS banking service. In case of SMS banking, a customer may perform basic banking activities by sending an SMS from his/her registered mobile number.

 

Using SMS banking service, a customer may perform the following tasks –

  • Check account balance.
  • Fetch mini statement.
  • Request new cheque book.
  • Generate E-Statement.
  • Generate loan (education & home) interest certificate.
  • Block ATM card
  • And more…

 

How to register for SMS banking?

In order to use this service, your mobile number must be registered with the bank. In other words, your mobile number must be linked to your bank account! If your mobile number is registered with the bank, simply follow these steps –

  1. Compose a text message in the following format – ‘REG [space] your account number’.
  2. Send the above message to this number – 09223488888. Send this message from your registered mobile number.
  3. After registering successfully, you will receive a confirmation message from SBI.
  4. SMS banking service is now enabled on your account.

 

How to check account balance via SMS?

  • Compose a text message in the following format – BAL.
  • Send it to – 09223766666 from your registered mobile number.
  • You will receive an SMS that contains your bank balance details.

 

How to get mini statement via SMS?

  • Compose a text message in the following format – MSTMT.
  • Send it to 09223866666 from your registered mobile number.
  • You will receive an SMS that contains mini statement.

 

How to request new cheque book via SMS?

  • Compose a text message in the following format – CHQREQ.
  • Send it to 09223588888 from your registered mobile number.

 

How to generate 6 months E-Statement via SMS?

  • Compose a text message in the following format – ‘ESTMT [space] your account number [space] 4 digits code’.
  • Send it to 09223588888 from your registered mobile number.
  • The E-Statement will be sent to your registered email id.

 

How to generate ELI certificate via SMS?

  • Compose a text message in the following format – ‘ELI [space] your account number [space] 4 digits code’.
  • Send it to 09223588888 from your registered mobile number.
  • The certificate will be sent to your registered email id.

 

How to generate HLI certificate via SMS?

  • Compose a text message in the following format – ‘HLI [space] your account number [space] 4 digits code’.
  • Send it to 09223588888 from your registered mobile number.
  • The certificate will be sent to your registered email id.

 

How to block ATM card via SMS?

  • Compose a text message in the following format – ‘BLOCK [space] last 4 digits of your ATM card’.
  • Send the message to 567676 from your registered mobile number.
  • You will get a confirmation message that contains details such as – ticket number, date & time of blocking.
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