Online SBI: Would you like to register for State Bank of India’s Net Banking? That’s how it’s done


Digital payments were becoming increasingly popular in India anyway. But with the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, visiting banks is riskier than ever. Most bank customers use online methods to change money. The net banking services offered by lenders allow users to complete several other tasks through their platform as well. State Bank of India also has a portal – – which offers various services to its clients.

However, SBI customers must register for State Bank of India’s internet banking services to take advantage of these benefits. If you don’t have to log in to the bank’s net banking yet, you can do so online.

OnlineSBI enables users to register online for the bank’s net banking service. Once you have registered, tasks such as bank book printing, cash withdrawals, direct debit creation, check book applications, etc. can easily be carried out via SBI Net Banking.

How can I sign up for SBI Internet banking?

* The customer’s mobile phone number must be registered in the bank records

* The customer must have an ATM card

* The customer should not have applied for the net banking function earlier in an offline branch; and

* Holders of a joint account cannot register for SBI Net Banking online.

How do I register for SBI Internet banking?

Visit the State Bank of India official website –

Find the “New User Registration / Activation” option and click on it

Enter details such as account number, CIF number, branch code, country, registered mobile number and click “Submit”.

You will receive an OTP on your registered mobile number;

Enter OTP and select ATM card to proceed to enable the services

You will receive a temporary username and login password. Use this to log into the portal.

Enter your date of birth, place of birth and registered mobile number and click the “Account Summary” link to view all accounts associated with your account.


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