Individuals who have an account with the State Bank of India can check their account balance with the SBI Balance Check Numbers. SBI Balance enquiry can be made using ATM, missed call, online banking or mobile banking services. Customers can use the respective SBI Balance Enquiry Numbers to check their account balance using these services.
Customers with an account with the State Bank of India can check their account balances through the following methods-
SBI account holders who has their number registered for the balance enquiry process can call on the SBI Balance Check Toll-free numbers that are mentioned below:
SBI customers can get their account balance or their mini statement details by dropping a miss call to the following SBI Balance Check Number:
SBI Missed Call Balance Check Number
SBI Account Mini Statement
Customers with an SBI account can use their ATM/debit card to access their account balance. They need to go to the State Bank of India ATM and complete the following steps-
SBI account holders who have registered for net banking can access their SBI account by logging into SBI Online Banking website (https://www.onlinesbi.sbi/) with their SBI net banking login id and password. After logging in, they can go to the ‘My Accounts’ section and click on ‘View Account Balance’.
SBI Customers can use their mobile numbers to register for the SBI SMS service for balance enquiry. To register for the process, they need to send a text to the SBI Balance Check Number in the following format:
"REG<space>Account Number" to 09223488888
The bank will send a registration confirmation message, and the customers can hereafter check the account balance, get a mini statement, chequebook request, and get an e-statement, loan interest certificate, and home loan interest certificate through the same number.
SBI credit card users can check their balance and other information through the SMS service, and you can get various details by sending a message to 5676791. The format of the text is mentioned below.
Required Services and Format of the SMS-
When consumers open their bank account with the State Bank of India - they are given a passbook. They need to keep their passbooks up to date at all times to ensure that they have accurate data on all transactions.
The customers could check their current balance and see a record of both their debit and credit activities through their passbook entries. Customers must visit the bank location to update their passbooks.
All the registered customers of SBI Bank can do the SBI Balance Enquiry Check through these online applications:
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) is a GSM communication protocol that lets data be sent between a phone and a network application software. The service is accessible to SBI customers with current or savings accounts.
The process to check your balance using USSD is mentioned below:
For balance enquiry through SBI Whatsapp Banking services, customers need to follow these steps:
To check your SBI account balance via UPI, you can follow these steps-