State Bank of India, the country’s largest government bank, has warned its customers. The bank said in a tweet to its customers that its service will be shut down for some time on July 10 and July 11. SBI has warned its account holders that their online services will not be available for a specific period and customers should not attempt to use these services at this time. SBI is India’s largest bank, so it affects millions of account holders. These net banking services are affected by:
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SBI’s services will be affected
SBI users face problems when using online services. SBI’s Internet Banking, Yono App, Yono Lite App and UPI services do not work. The bank has made it clear that customers will face no problem with digital payments, which is why the bank is doing the job of valuation. In such a situation, if you have any work related to Net Banking, UPI etc, complete it now without delay.
SBI services will be discontinued at this time
According to data provided by SBI, it will be closed from 10:45 am to 12:15 am on July 10, 2021. In addition, SBI wrote in a tweet, “We are requesting our customers to be with us in this difficult time as we seek to provide a better banking experience. Sorry for the interruption.
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What is a Yono App?
Yono is an integrated digital banking platform. SBI users can use it for financial services and other services such as airline, rail, bus and taxi booking, online shopping or medical bill payment. Yono is easily manageable on both Android and iOS smartphones.