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Best 9: SBI online balance enquiry option

The State Bank of India (SBI) is a multinational Indian public sector banking and financial services, statutory body headquartered in Mumbai...

Best 9: SBI online balance enquiry option


The State Bank of India (SBI) is a multinational Indian public sector banking and financial services, statutory body headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. There are many methods for SBI online balance enquiry, the State Bank of India offers many services to their customers for SBI balance check/enquiry.

Today we are going to discuss the top 9 methods for SBI online balance enquiry, the SBI offered the services through a mini statement or passbook, mobile banking, net banking, SBI ATM card, SMS, toll-free number, account number, missed call, SBI Saral, SBI USSD service.

The customer who holds a bank account in the State Bank of India can inspect the SBI account details by using various methods.

Following methods for SBI balance check:

SBI online balance enquiry through a mini statement/passbook:

The SBI bank provides a mini statement service to their bank account holders, by using these services they examine their recent bank account transaction. The SBI Mini Statement is available only for those customers who have registered their mobile numbers with the SBI bank service.

The SBI customers can enquire SBI online balance enquiry through their SBI ATM, they can see their last 10 transactions by choosing the ''Mini Statement'' option at the ATM.

How to registered for SBI mini statement through SMS?

To register the mobile number for SBI mini statement service using SBI Quick, a free service from SBI that provides missed call banking or SMS banking services. There is two procedure to registered for SBI mini statement:

  • Customers need to send the SMS
  • Type the message like: REG<space>Account Number
  • Send it to 09223488888

After sending the SMS the mobile number will be registered with the SBI bank account. To register for a mobile banking service follow the procedure:

  • Type a message from your registered mobile number
  • <MBSREG>
  • Send it to 9223440000

To get the SBI mini statement by SMS the account holder should send an SMS:

  • Send the SMS from your registered mobile number
  • Type MSTMT
  • Send it to 09223866666

How to registered for SBI mini statement through Missed call?

The SBI account holder can give a missed call through their registered mobile number to avail of SBI Mini Statement, follow the procedure:

  • Give a missed call from your registered mobile number to SBI mini-statement number 09223866666 to know about the last 5 transactions.
  • The call disconnected after two rings
  • The customer received the SMS with SBI mini statement

SBI online balance enquiry through Passbook:

By using the ''SBI Anywhere'' App to view your passbook, you have to log in by using your username and password. To view m-Passbook offline, the customer needs to enter his or her internet banking ''Username'' & ''Password''.

Create a PIN form-passbook offline:

  • Go to ''SBI Anywhere'' app using username and password
  • Click on ''My account''
  • Then click on the m-passbook button
  • Click ''Generate/reset'' button
  • Now enter only your ''Username''
  • Create a PIN (This PIN will be used to access m-passbook offline)

Accessing m-passbook offline:

To access m-passbook offline, you do not have to use your login password but only the username and the new PIN created as above.

  • Open your ‘SBI Anywhere app – No need to use a login password
  • Click on ‘More’ at the bottom right corner of the screen
  • A pop-up screen opens, click on ‘M-passbook’
  • Enter your username and PIN created separately to access m-passbook
  • The m-passbook opens up in landscape mode populating all the synced transactions.

By using the SBI online balance enquiry through passbook the customer can check the SBI balance.

SBI online balance enquiry through Mobile Banking:

As we already discussed in the above section about the mobile banking service for SBI online balance enquiry you can check the detailed information. There we mention how you can register for mobile banking through the SMS process, after registration the customer can access the SBI balance check through the SBI SMS service or SBI missed call service.

The detailed procedure for registration of mobile number to SBI mobile banking service:

  • Customers need to send the SMS
  • Type the message like: REG<space>Account Number
  • Send it to 09223488888

After sending the SMS the mobile number will be registered with the SBI bank account. To register for a mobile banking service follow the procedure:

  • Type a message from your registered mobile number
  • <MBSREG>
  • Send it to 9223440000

SBI online balance enquiry through Net Banking:

The customer who has an SBI bank account can use the net banking service to check the SBI bank balance, by using the SBI net banking service the customer can do a tack like a passbook printing, cash withdrawal or transaction, DD preparation, Cheque-book application, etc.

Procedure to activate SBI net banking:

  • Go to SBI net banking website
  • Click on ''New user Registration/Activation''
  • Enter your account details:
    • Account number
    • CIF number
    • Branch Code and Country
    • Registered mobile number
    • Enter the Captcha
  • Click on the ''Submit'' button
  • You received OTP on your registered mobile number then click on ''Confirm''
  • Select an ATM card to proceed with the activation of the services.
  • the temporary username and create login password (The password should be eight characters long, a combination of upper and lower case letters, at least one number and one special character) and re-enter the password and click submit to complete the registration process.
  • Login with a temporary username and newly created password.
  • Now you can choose your username as you like
  • Accept terms and conditions and set the login password and profile password then select hint question and enter answers for hint questions.
  • Enter the date of birth, place of both & registered mobile number.
  • Click on the Account Summary link to view all accounts mapped with your account.

SBI online balance enquiry through SBI ATM Card:

The SBI bank customer can also use the ATM cum debit card for SBI balance check, to use these services the customer needs to visit his nearest SBI ATM machine now follow the below procedure for SBI online balance enquiry by using an SBI ATM card:

  • Swipe the SBI ATM cum debit card
  • Enter the 4 digit ATM PIN
  • Choose the Balance Enquiry option
  • Then finish the transaction
  • Choose the ''Mini Statement'' option at ATM
  • Now you can see your last 10 transactions

That's all, by using this procedure the SBI customer can check their last 10 transaction history and you can also take the print of your last 10 transaction details.

SBI online balance enquiry through SMS:

To get the SBI mini statement by SMS the account holder should send an SMS:

  • Send the SMS from your registered mobile number
  • Type MSTMT
  • Send it to 09223866666

The customer can get various details by sending an SMS to the number 5676791 in the format given below:

Service/InformationSMS Format
Balance enquiryBAL XXXX
Available credit and cash limitAVAIL XXXX
Block your lost or stolen cardBLOCK XXXX
Last payment statusPAYMENT XXXX
Reward point summaryREWARD XXXX
Subscribe to e-statementESTMT XXXX
Request for duplicate statementDSTMT XXXX MM
SMS services

The registration for mobile banking we already explained in detail in the above section, if you have any issue with it please let us know.

SBI online balance enquiry through Toll-free number:

To use a toll-free number the SBI bank account customer first needs to register their mobile number with the SBI bank account. To check the account balance, customers can give a missed call on the SBI balance enquiry toll-free number mentioned below:

09223766666

The toll-free number (missed call services) SBI number for the mini statement is mentioned below:

09223866666

SBI online balance enquiry through Missed call Number:

To check the account balance, customers can give a missed call on the SBI balance enquiry toll-free number mentioned below:

09223766666

The toll-free number (missed call services) SBI number for the mini statement is mentioned below:

09223866666

SBI online balance enquiry through SBI USSD services:

Unstructured Supplementary Service Data which is commonly known as USSD it is a GSM communication technology used for the transmission of information between a mobile phone and an application program in the network.

The SBI users holding current/savings bank account are eligible to use the services. The SBI USSD services include many features like SBI bank account balance enquiry, last 5 transactions with the mini statement, money transfer to the account and mobile recharge, etc.

How to start the USSD session?

A service like USSD is a more convenient easy way for the SBI customer by using this application the SBI bank holder can enquire about the account balance and also check his/her mini statement up to the last 5 transactions.

The SBI customer needs to de-register from the App based or WAP-based service before registering for the USSD service.

How to registered for SBI balance enquiry through USSD:

Follow the procedure to registered for the SBI USSD service:

  • Type message <MBSREG>
  • Send it to 9223440000 or 567676
  • The customer received ''User ID'' and default m-PIN via SMS
  • Dial ''*595#''
  • Enter ''4'' & send
  • Accept the terms & conditions displayed
  • Press ‘Answer’ & Enter ''1''
  • Enter old (default) MPIN and Press ''Send''
  • Enter new MPIN and Press ''Send''

Follow the steps for the registration of SBI balance enquiry through the USSD mobile application:

  • Dial *595#
  • Then you get the response ''Welcome to State Bank Mobile Application''
  • Choose the options to set for the required service:
    • SBI balance enquiry
    • Fund Transfer
    • Mobile Top-up
    • Change m-PIN
    • Forgot m-PIN
    • De-register

How to use the SBI USSD service?

As we mention in the above section, we explain the service that provides by the SBI mobile application. Let us see each and every USSD service step by step:

Service Via USSDUSSD Code
Balance Enquiry & Mini Statement1) Enter *595# and Enter the User ID
2) Press ‘Answer’ and Choose ‘Option 1’
3) Choose from ‘balance enquiry’ or ‘mini statement’ 
4) Enter the MPIN and Send
Fund Transfer1) Enter *595# and Enter the User ID
2) Press ‘Answer’ and Choose ‘Option 2’
3) Register Payee by entering the Payee account no.
4) Enter MPIN & Send
Prepaid Mobile Top-up1) Enter *595# and Enter the User ID
2) Press ‘Answer’ and Choose ‘Option 3’ & Send
3) Enter the name of the service provider
4) Press ‘Answer’ & Enter the Mobile Number
5) Enter the Top-up amount & Press ‘Send’
6) Enter the MPIN and Send
De-Register1) Enter *595# and Enter the User ID
2) Press ‘Answer’ and Choose ‘Option 6’ & Send
3) Enter the MPIN and Send

People also ask:

How can I check my SBI balance?

There 9 methods for SBI online balance enquiry, the SBI offered the services through. For more information please check the article:

  • A mini-statement or passbook,
  • mobile banking,
  • net banking,
  • SBI ATM card,
  • SMS,
  • toll-free number,
  • missed call,
  • SBI Saral,
  • SBI USSD service.

How can I check my SBI bank balance online?

There are several methods for the SBI online balance enquiry, by using these methods the SBI customer can check the SBI bank balance, let take a look at the one best methods:

  • Go to ''SBI Anywhere'' app using username and password
  • Click on ''My account''
  • Then click on the m-passbook button
  • Click ''Generate/reset'' button
  • Now enter only your ''Username''
  • Create a PIN (This PIN will be used to access m-passbook offline)

Accessing m-passbook offline:

To access m-passbook offline, you do not have to use your login password but only the username and the new PIN created as above.

  • Open your ‘SBI Anywhere app – No need to use a login password
  • Click on ‘More’ at the bottom right corner of the screen
  • A pop-up screen opens, click on ‘M-passbook’
  • Enter your username and PIN created separately to access m-passbook
  • The m-passbook opens up in landscape mode populating all the synced transactions.

By using the SBI online balance enquiry through passbook the customer can check the SBI balance.

How can I check my bank account balance?

Follow the below procedure for SBI online balance enquiry by using an SBI ATM card:

  • Swipe the SBI ATM cum debit card
  • Enter the 4 digit ATM PIN
  • Choose the Balance Enquiry option
  • Then finish the transaction
  • Choose the ''Mini Statement'' option at ATM
  • Now you can see your last 10 transactions

That's all, by using this procedure the SBI customer can check their last 10 transaction history and you can also take the print of your last 10 transaction details.

How can I check my SBI account balance through SMS?

To get the SBI mini statement by SMS the account holder should send an SMS:

  • Send the SMS from your registered mobile number
  • Type MSTMT
  • Send it to 09223866666

SBI missed call balance number 2019-2020:

Customers can give a missed call on the SBI online balance enquiry toll-free number mentioned below:

09223766666

The toll-free number (missed call services) SBI number for the mini statement is mentioned below:

09223866666

Conclusion:

Hello guys, we hope you understand the entire procedure for SBI online balance enquiry, in this article we include almost the top 9 methods to SBI balance check.

If you guys having any issues with SBI online balance enquiry please let us know through comments or mail.

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