By activating Net Banking on your SBI Savings Account, you can view your account balance, open a fixed or recurring deposit account, transfer funds to other accounts, pay bills or apply for an IPO – all at the click of a button. SBI Net-Banking gives you freedom from those long queues that characterize any State Bank Of India branch.
Step 3. The service manager (or any other authorised officer) will issue you with an Internet Banking Kit, which comprises of an envelop containing your User ID and Password. The Internet Banking Kit will either be issued on the same day or on the next. [Note that it generally takes about 24 hours for the ID and Password to get activated]
A page will open as seen in the screenshot below:
Click on CONTINUE TO LOGIN
Step 5: In the page that opens up next, use the assigned User ID and Password to log in to your SBI Net-banking account, [see Image below]
Step 6. Once you are logged-in, you will be prompted to change your User ID and Password and complete your profile. Once you’ve done the same, you will have full access to your SBI Internet Banking facility.