How to Check SBI Balance Enquiry by Toll Free Number/SMS

If you are a customer of State Bank of India and you still visit the bank for every single banking work of yours, then you are just wasting your time and nothing else. SBI is now providing many online – offline services which you can avail of even without going your bank. Most of the customer always suffer to know their bank account balance. To know that they either have to visit the bank or the ATM.

For your knowledge, we let you know that SBI is now providing a toll-free number using which you can get your account’s balance information within a minute. For this, you have to use a toll-free number provided by State Bank of India and have to make a missed call on it. After that SBI will send you an SMS back containing all your account balance information. You can also check your account balance and mini statement through SMS.

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In this article, we are going to tell you that what kind of facilities SBI provides on these toll-free numbers and how to avail them. We will also learn that how to register for these services. So let’s focus on the step by step information.

  • SBI Account Balance Enquiry Number (Toll – Free):

To avail the service of SBI account balance enquiry using the toll-free number you first need to register your mobile number with the bank and the service and to do so you first need to know the Toll-free number. So we are providing here the toll-free numbers, registering your mobile number with them you can avail the account balance enquiry service on your phone.

1800 – 11 – 2211 (Toll – free )

1800 – 4253 – 800 (Toll – free)

To avail the service you have to make a missed call on these given numbers.

  • Different Services that SBI provides on Toll – free numbers:

State Bank of India launched this service to its valuable customers so that they don’t suffer to check their account balance. But to avail that you have to make sure that your mobile number which you are going to register with ‘SBI SMS Alert Service’ must be registered with your account in the bank.

Nowadays mobile number has been an important detail in account opening form and KYC forms. So you can only utilize this service if your mobile number is registered with your account in the bank. If it’s not then before using this service you have to get it registered in your bank.

Now, once your mobile number is registered with your bank account then you can avail this service. SBI provides different alerts for using this service. These are the most important SMS Alert Services provided by SBI on these toll – free numbers:

  • Balance Enquiry
  • Mini Statement
  • Blocking of ATM Card
  • Car and Home Loan Enquiry
  • Account Balance Enquiry by Missed Call and SMS:

To check your SBI account balance by missed call and SMS, you first need to register your mobile number with the service and this is the process you need to follow to do so:

  • Type “REG<space>Account Number” on your phone.
  • Now sent this Text Message on
  • Once you are done with this, now you will receive a confirmation message confirming your registration.
  • Now you can use this service providing your account number through SMS.
  • For checking the account balance you have to type “BAL” on your phone.
  • Now send this text message on
  • Now you will receive an SMS containing your account balance details.

 

  • SBI SMS service and Mobile Number Registration:

You can use SBI SMS service to avail a different kind of SBI services like Balance Enquiry and Mini statement by your mobile phone. Now we are ready to register mobile number to active SBI SMS Service to check account balance, mini statement etc. by SMS only. For this, you have to first register your mobile number with this service and need to generate your MPIN and to do so follow the given procedure carefully. Follow the instruction step by step and avail the SBI SMS service.

  • Type MBSREG in the text message of your phone.
  • Send this text message on
  • Now you will receive an SMS containing your User ID and MPIN.
  • Now you need to change your MPIN.
  • For this type MPIN in this format….. SMPIN[User ID][Old MIN][New MPIN]
  • Now send this text message on
  • Now accept terms and conditions and type [SACCEPT][User ID][New MPIN] on your phone.
  • Now send it on 9223440000 as well.
  • Now you will receive a registration confirmation message from
  • And now you are successfully registered for this service.

 

  • How to Use SBI SMS Service to Check Account Balance and Mini Statement?

Once you are registered with SMS service you have to now only follow these simple step to use this service. Here we are going to discuss account balance checking and mini statement checking by SMS service.

  • For Account Balance Enquiry:

Type “[SBAL][User ID][MPIN]” on your phone and send it to SBI toll – free number 9223440000 and you will receive an SMS containing your account balance information.

  • For Mini Statement Enquiry:

Type “[SMIN][User ID][MPIN]” on your phone and send it to SBI toll – free number 9223440000 (this is SBI balance enquiry number) and you will receive an SMS containing your account balance information.

 

  • How to Block Your ATM Card Using Your Mobile Number?

If your SBI ATM card has been stolen or misplaced and you are worried about its misuse then you can also block your ATM Card using your registered mobile number. To do this you have to follow the given procedure.

  • Type “BLOCKXXXX” on your phone.
  • Here, XXXX represents the last four digits of your SBI ATM Card Number.
  • Now send this text message on
  • SBI will send you back a confirmation message regarding blocking of your ATM Card.
  • How to Check Your Home/Car Loan By Your Mobile Number?

You can also make an Enquiry about Car or Home loan with SBI using your registered mobile number through SMS service. To do this follow the procedure.

  • Type “CAR” or “HOME” on your phone.
  • Send this text message on
  • SBI will send you an SMS back regarding your query.

Remark:

For a full list of different SBI services just send an SMS “HELP” on 09223588888.

 

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