New Delhi: For a limited time today, SBI Internet Banking services including SBI YONO, SBI YONO Lite and UPI will not be available. The justification given by State Bank of India to the account holders is “Planned Maintenance Activity”. The services will be affected at a time when users are less likely to use them, and users who rely on features like SBI YONO, YONO Lite, UPI and other services will be affected at this time. As of December 2020, SBI had around 85 million internet banking customers, 19 million mobile banking users and 135 million UPI-enabled users.
SBI had tweeted that the maintenance will start at 11:20 pm on Sunday and end at 01:20 am on Monday. “During this period, Internet Banking / YONO / YONO Lite / UPI will remain unavailable. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused and request you to stay with us,” the bank said in a tweet. The bank is carrying out repair work at night to ease the hassle for the users.
In fact, SBI completed the scheduled maintenance between 12:20 hrs and 02:20 hrs on Saturdays in a span of 120 minutes. During this, the online services of the bank were also disrupted, although they were restored as soon as the work was done. To ensure that the transaction is completed prior to maintenance, users must perform their online banking activity before the scheduled time on Sunday night. Also read: Indian Railways will run festive special trains from October 10. see details here
Users using internet banking will be aware that the country’s largest public sector bank SBI does this maintenance work regularly, which used to happen in both August and July. Also read: Taking Screenshots on iPhone? You can do this without using a button; This way
Meanwhile, according to a report, SBI has recently created a NAV-eCash card to assist the Navy in handling money at sea. With dual-chip technology, which allows for both online and offline transactions, the card will reportedly help users who need to use a payment solution that has restricted connectivity when the ship is on the high seas. it occurs. As per the source, the system will be installed on naval ships and defense institutions to provide a safe and secure payment ecosystem.