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Monday, 26 April 2021

Great job for SBI customers, this work can be done in just one video call, easy process

A bank account is required for every citizen. There are many benefits to investing, from earning interest to taking on government schemes. So now SBI has given a huge facility to its customers.


Good news for SBI customers
Now you can easily open an account sitting at home
Special facility given by the bank to the customers
If you want to open an account in SBI and do not want to go to the branch due to the risk of Koro transition, you can open an account at home. Your work will be done in just one video call. Your verification will be done with a video call.

Video account will be opened by KYC

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SBI has given the facility to open an account on its mobile banking app YONO through video call KYC. This facility allows the customer to open an account with State Bank of India without going to the branch. This digital initiative powered by Artificial Intelligence of Facial Recognition Technology is a contactless and paperless process. Video KYC facility is available for customers planning to open a new savings account at SBI.

Learn what to do

All you have to do is download the Yono app to take advantage of this new feature. Android mobile users can download it from the Google Play Store and iPhone users can download it from the Apple Store. Now open the app. Click on “New to SBI” and select “Insta Plus Savings Account”.

Enter your Aadhaar details in the application and after completing the Aadhaar verification you will have to enter your personal details i.e. name, address, mobile number, etc. You need to schedule a video call to complete the KYC process. If VideoKYC succeeds, your account will be easily opened.

Convenient initiative in the Corona period

SBI Chairman Dinesh Khara said, “We are very happy to launch an online savings account facility at the bank.” This is especially important in the event of a current epidemic. It is a step towards ensuring customer safety, financial security and cost. We are confident that this initiative will add a new dimension to mobile banking and empower customers to become digital for their banking needs. This development is further evidence of our commitment to a digital India.

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A major decision by the government to close down education in colleges across the state amid the Koro crisis
‘Don’t give lectures from Delhi, come here and see the situation’, Sanjay Raut fires Union Minister
SBI has given the facility to open an account on its mobile banking app YONO through video call KYC. This facility allows the customer to open an account with State Bank of India without going to the branch. This digital initiative powered by Artificial Intelligence of Facial Recognition Technology is a contactless and paperless process. Video KYC facility is available for customers planning to open a new savings account at SBI.


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All you have to do is download the Yono app to take advantage of this new feature. Android mobile users can download it from the Google Play Store and iPhone users can download it from the Apple Store. Now open the app. Click on “New to SBI” and select “Insta Plus Savings Account”.

Enter your Aadhaar details in the application and after completing the Aadhaar verification you will have to enter your personal details i.e. name, address, mobile number, etc. You need to schedule a video call to complete the KYC process. If VideoKYC succeeds, your account will be easily opened.

Convenient initiative in the Corona period

SBI Chairman Dinesh Khara said, “We are very happy to launch an online savings account facility at the bank.” This is especially important in the event of a current epidemic. It is a step towards ensuring customer safety, financial security and cost. We are confident that this initiative will add a new dimension to mobile banking and empower customers to become digital for their banking needs. This development is further evidence of our commitment to a digital India.

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