Many people who have an SBI account use ATM or update passbook to check account balance and get the details of their account balance and transaction done. Some use a bank account statement form to get the transaction details and balance check. SBI being the best bank service provider provides their customer with a variety of options to check their account balance other than the above-mentioned methods.
State Bank of India is India’s largest public sector commercial bank. The foundation of SBI was laid over two centuries ago when the Bank of Calcutta, Bank of Madras and Bank of Bombay was merged to form “Imperial Bank of India” which was named State Bank of India in 1955. The success of SBI in completing the needs of their customer lies in their desire to change and improve in the use of the new age technology. SBI provides one the best customer experience by the use of many different ways.
SBI provides Account Balance check by following ways.
- Missed Call
- Net banking
- SBI Mobile App
- SBI Anywhere
- SBI Quick
- SBI Anywhere Saral (SBI m Passbook)
SBI Missed Call Banking
SBI Missed Call Banking is free service provided by the bank for the convince of the people. This number can be used to check SBI account balance by giving a missed call and get a notification on your registered mobile number.
You can use the service by Just giving a call on SBI Missed Call Number-09223766666, your call will get disconnected after a few rings after that you will get an SMS with the updated account balance. Please note this service could be availed only by the mobile number registered with the SBI account.
Check Account Balance by SMS (Simply SMS)
You can check the account balance of your SBI Account by sending an SMS to the following number in a format mentioned below.
Send an SMS to 09223488888
Send an SMS to 5676791.
You can check the following information using SMS service:
Here “XXXX” is the last four digit of SBI CARD
|Kind of Information Needed||Send an SMS|
|Balance inquiry||BAL XXXX|
|Available credit and cash limit||AVAIL XXXX|
|Block your lost or stolen card||BLOCK XXXX|
|Last payment status||PAYMENT XXXX|
|Reward point summary||REWARD XXXX|
|Subscribe to e-statement||ESTMT XXXX|
|Request for duplicate statement||DSTMT XXXX MM|
(Statement Month in MM)
How To Register your Mobile Number with SBI?
It is mandatory for the Customers to register your mobile number with the bank as per the RBI guidelines. At the time of opening the account, it is mandatory to mention the mobile number. However, you have to activate the service you need on your mobile number. You can register your Mobile Number by sending an SMS “REG<space>Account Number” to 9223440000.
SBI Mobile Banking
SBI Provides a variety of banking apps for different purposes but the common things which all of these apps provides are account balance check.
SBI Anywhere Personal
SBI Anywhere Personal is a mobile app that can be used to check the account balance. The app is available both in Hindi as well as English to facilitate all the user. This app is only for saving account. The download link is mentioned below:
SBI Anywhere Corporate
SBI Anywhere Corporate is an app used for corporate accounts. The app can be used to find the account balance as well as mini statement of the transaction made. The Download Link is mentioned below
SBI Quick App
SBI Quick Mobile App is free and can be downloaded from the app store app. This app does not require any internet connection it works on via SMS or missed call. You Have to Register your mobile number with the SBI Bank Branch to avail this service.
SBI Net Banking
SBI through their internet services provides a net banking facility with many other features. You Can Check SBI Account Balance By Login To SBI Net Banking. To use this service you have to Register your account for Net Banking. For Registering your account you need to contact the bank branch.
Check SBI Balance by ATM
ATM Machines provides free balance check facilities. You can use it in any bank ATM, all the bank ATM Machines can be used to check the balance.
How to check the balance?
- Insert your ATM card into an ATM- Machines will allow you to check your balance for free.
- Type in your PIN on the machine- A four-digit number you should have set up when you opened your account.
- Select the option to view your balance- You will be able to go back and make a withdrawal or print that balance.
If you are using SBI Debit Card for the first time, you can Generate SBI ATM Pin at SBI ATM and then check the account balance at any bank ATM.
What is Minimum Account Balance for SBI Savings Bank Account?
SBI has a different minimum balance and it depends on the geographical area. The minimum account balance is an amount that a bank requests their customers to maintain. Failing in the maintenance of the balance will cause the bank to impose a penalty on the account holder.
Minimum Account Balance Area wise-
|Metro Cities||Rs 3,000|
|Urban Areas||Rs 3,000|
|Rural Areas||Rs 1,000|
Penalty for Non-Maintenance of the Account balance
|Metro &Urban (AMB= Rs. 3000/-||Proposed Charges p.m|
|Shortfall < = 50%||Rs. 10/- +GST|
|Shortfall > 50 – 75%||Rs. 12/- +GST|
|Shortfall > 75%||Rs. 15/- +GST|
|Semi-Urban (AMB Rs. 2000/-)||Proposed Charges p.m|
|Shortfall < = 50%||Rs. 7.50 +GST|
|Shortfall > 50 – 75%||Rs. 10.00 +GST|
|Shortfall > 75%||Rs.12.00+GST|
|Rural (AMB) Rs. 1,000/-)||Proposed Charges p.m|
|Shortfall < = 50%||Rs. 5.00 +GST|
|Shortfall > 50 – 75%||Rs. 7.50 +GST|
|Shortfall > 75%||Rs. 10.00 +GST|
FAQ on SBI Account Balance
Is it necessary to Register Mobile Number with the Bank?
Yes, as per the RBI guideline it is made mandatory by all the banks to have the mobile number registered with the account.
Is SBI Quick App similar to the SBI Anywhere app?
NO, SBI Quick app is different form SBI anywhere app as you cannot use the Quick app to do the banking transaction, it is only for mobile banking services whereas you can use SBI Anywhere for all the banking operations.
Can I use SBI Quick app for multiple SBI accounts?
No, SBI Quick is a Mobile Banking app and one registered mobile number can only be used with a single account. If you have multiple accounts with the same bank then you have to unregister your account and re-register the account.