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Registration Process for Mobile Banking Service
The registration for Mobile Banking Service consists of two processes:
1) Over mobile handset
2) At SBI ATM or at SBI branch
1. Process over mobile handset: There are two steps over mobile handset –(i) get user ID and
default MPIN and (ii) Change MPIN
(i) Get User ID and default MPIN: Send a SMS to 567676. You will get a User ID
and default MPIN over SMS.
You also get a link by another SMS which can be used to download and install the application
if you have java mobile with GPRS connectivity. If GPRS connectivity is not available,
download the application on your PC by going to the website. After downloading, transfer the
application to your mobile using the data cable that was received along with the phone. If the
phone and the PC have Bluetooth facility you can transfer the application from the PC to the
handset via the Bluetooth. If these are not feasible you may get assistance from the branch
for installing the application on to your handset. Please note that the application cannot be
downloaded/installed on a non-java mobile.
If you have a non-java mobile phone with GPRS connection, you can use the Mobile Banking
Service over WAP (Wireless Application Protocol). The service will be available over all mobile
phones (java / non java) which have GPRS connectivity for GSM users or data connectivity for
If you have a non java mobile phone without GPRS connection, you can use Mobile Banking
Service over USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data).
If you use the Service over USSD or WAP, there is no need to download mobile banking
(ii) Change MPIN:
I. Changing the MPIN if the service is used over application:
If you are using Mobile Banking Service through over Application, after installation of the
application, please login using the User ID received in the SMS. The User ID is case sensitive and
has to be entered as received over SMS. After opening the mobile banking application, you will be
prompted to accept Terms and Conditions of the Service before changing the MPIN. The default
MPIN has to be entered in the “old MPIN” and a new MPIN of your choice (6 digits) in the “new
MPIN” which has to be confirmed by entering the new MPIN once again in “Confirm new MPIN”.
Choose the option “Change”. You will receive the confirmation of change in MPIN over SMS. If you
have not been prompted to change the MPIN, please select “Settings” from Main Menu and choose
THE MPIN SHOULD HAVE SIX CHARACTERS ONLY.
II. Changing the MPIN if the service is used over WAP:
a) Open the browser of the mobile phone
b) Enter the following address:
c) A screen will be displayed asking for Login id and Pin.
d) Enter the User ID and the default MPIN in the respective fields and select ?Login?.
e) The next screen will ask for WAP login id which will be received over SMS.
f) Enter this WAP login id in the browser screen. If the mobile phone does not facilitate accessing
the Inbox while using another screen, the user will have to exit the browser and then open the inbox to access the SMS having the WAP login id. The user will open the browser again and
follow the procedure detailed above to enter the Login id and default MPIN. The next screen
will ask for WAP Login id. Enter the number received over SMS and select ?Send?.
g) If details entered are correct, the next screen with the Main Menu of the Mobile Banking
Service will be displayed.
h) Change the default MPIN by selecting “Settings” from Main Menu and choosing “Change
MPIN”. The default MPIN has to be entered in the “old MPIN” and a new MPIN of your choice
(6 digits) in the “new MPIN” which has to be confirmed by entering the new MPIN once again
in “Confirm new MPIN” and submit.
Confirmation regarding successful change in MPIN and validation will be received over SMS
and also displayed on the screen.
III. Changing the MPIN if the service is used over USSD.
Start the USSD Session. To learn more about it please refer to User Manual for MBS over
You will receive a response “Welcome to State Bank Mobile Banking. Enter User ID”
Enter your User ID.
If the user ID is entered correctly, you get the following response.
Kindly Reply with your option Number:
2. Fund Transfer
3. Mobile Top up
4. Change MPIN.
5. Forgot MPIN
6. De- Register.
To choose Change MPIN, Enter 4 and SEND
The following screen will appear
I Accept the terms and conditions of State Bank Mobile Banking Services as displayed on
Press Answer and enter 1 to accept Terms and Conditions and for changing your MPin. If
you enter 2 the session will close.
Please enter Old MPIN – enter the old MPIN (Default MPIN received over SMS for first time user)
Enter New MPIN – enter a MPIN of your choice. (6 characters/ digits) and SEND
Confirm new MPIN and SEND.
You will get a response – “Your MPIN is changed”.
After you have changed the MPIN successfully, you will get another message: Validation
from handset successful. Please complete registration at the ATM/ Branch.
2. Process at SBI branch or SBI ATM (Same for all modes of usage
After completing the above process, you can complete the registration at the Home Branch of
your account or at the nearest SBI ATM. AT the branch, fill up the required form which will be
entered into the system and your account will be activated next day. At the ATM, after swiping
the Debit Card, please choose the option ‘Mobile Registration’ and then select ?Mobile
Banking’. Under Mobile Banking, choose the option ‘Registration’, enter your mobile number and choose ?Yes?. When the number is displayed again over the ATM screen, choose
?confirm? and collect the transaction slip confirming the registration which reads out a message
: Mobile Registration Succesful-0
You will receive a SMS regarding activation of your account. You can then use all the services
offered under the Mobile Banking Services.
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