State Bank of India launches three new digital offerings
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Posted on:02 Jul 2016 12:48:42
02 July 2016 Current Affairs: The country's largest lender State Bank of India launched 3 new digital offerings on the occasion of 61st State Bank Day on 2 June 2016.
SBI has partnered with Flipkart to offer its consumers the facility of pre-approved EMI Facility on purchases. Under this partnership SBI will provide overdraft facility to pre-qualified set of customers for transacting on Flipkart for a minimum purchase of Rs. 5000.
The EMI facility will be available in 3 tenures - 6, 9 and 12 months. The bank will not charge any fees to process the facility.
The bank also launched 'SBI Mingle' - its social media banking platform for Facebook and Twitter users. Using SBI Mingle, its customers can do a host of banking services like checking balance and requesting mini statements on their Facebook or Twitter accounts.
The Bank is also planning to introduce more services like request for chequebook, stop cheque, register for mobile banking, internet banking, SMS alerts and block ATM/Debit Cards on this platform soon.
SBI also launched its new initiative SBI Digital Villages aimed at transforming villages into cash less eco-system by adopting them. In its first leg the bank has adopted 21 villages to be moved on the digital platform and plans to bring 100 villages under this initiative across the country by the end of FY 17.
Several activities are undertaken for ensuring 100% financial inclusion with focus on migration to AnyTime Channels through State Bank Buddy, PoS, ATMs, Micro ATMs, Mobile Banking, Internet Banking, etc.
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