SBI Toll-Free Number for Balance Enquiry

The State Bank of India customers can use the SBI toll-free number to check their account balance. They can use this service to obtain their mini statement and other information. They can, however, only use the registered mobile number to access these services.

Customers of SBI can also use SMS banking services to check their account balance or receive a mini statement. All they have to do is dial the SBI balance enquiry toll-free number or send an SMS from their registered mobile number.

SBI Balance Enquiry Numbers

Get account balance Give a missed call to 09223766666
SMS “BAL” to 09223766666
Get mini statement Give a missed call to 09223866666
SMS “MSTMT” to 09223866666

SBI Balance Enquiry Options

There are other ways through which you can check your SBI account balance:

  • Missed call banking
  • SMS
  • Net banking
  • SBI mobile apps
  • ATM
  • Passbook

1. SBI Balance Enquiry Through Missed Call Banking

Missed call banking enables you to perform a variety of banking operations simply by making a missed call to the bank. SBI’s missed call banking service includes balance check, mini-statement, e-statement (last 6 months), education loan certificate statement, home loan certificate statement, ATM configuration, ATM pin generation, home and car loan details, social security scheme details, and so on. This service is provided by the majority of banks in the country and is facilitated by RBI.

Most banks do not charge a fee for balance inquiries made via their toll-free number. The most significant benefit of this facility is for people who have multiple accounts in the same bank. The bank will send a message containing the balance information for all accounts, along with the account number and type.

How Can You Register for SBI Missed Call Banking?

To use the SBI missed call banking services, you must first complete a one-time registration process. To complete your registration, simply follow the steps given below:

2. SBI Balance Enquiry Through SMS Services

SBI customers can register for the SMS service using their mobile numbers and then use it to check their account balance. You can register for this service by sending an SMS from your registered phone number. To register, send an SMS in the format ‘REGAccount Number’ to ‘REGAccount Number'.

After the SMS is sent, you will receive an email from SBI confirming your registration. You will be able to check your account balance, get a mini statement or e-statement, request for a checkbook, education loan interest certificate, and home loan interest certificate using this service.

3. SBI Balance Enquiry Through Net banking

SBI account holders who have registered for the net banking service can log in using their SBI net banking login id and password. They can select from a variety of banking services offered by SBI to its customers, such as a balance inquiry, home loans, mortgage loans, funds transfer, personal loans, and more.

4. SBI Balance Enquiry Through Mobile Apps

SBI provides its customers with mobile banking services via a variety of mobile apps, including SBI YONO, SBI Online, and SBI Anywhere Saral. Account-holders can check their SBI account balance using their smartphones via these apps.

SBI customers can use mobile banking by installing the SBI YONO app on their Android or iOS devices. To log in, you can use your net banking credentials. SBI YONO app offers customers a variety of banking services, such as balance inquiries, account statement checks, funds transfers, and more.

SBI corporate net banking users can use this app to conduct banking transactions. This app allows the transfer of funds, mobile recharge, balance inquiry, and account statement generation, among other things. However, retail SBI customers can’t use this app to check their balance.

Customers of SBI must install the SBI Quick app on their iOS or Android phone. The app can be downloaded from the Apple or Google app store. After you've downloaded the app, you'll need to complete the login process. Also, you don’t need an internet connection to use the SBI Quick app because all information can be obtained by making a missed call or sending an SMS.

5. SBI Balance Enquiry Through ATM

SBI account holders can use the ATM-cum-debit card issued to them to check their account balance. Go to an SBI ATM and follow the steps outlined below to check your balance:

You can also check your last 10 transactions by selecting the “Mini Statement” option at the ATM. The ATM will print a receipt that includes the last ten account transactions. You can also check your account balance at non-SBI or third-party ATMs.

Remember that RBI has set a limit on the number of free transactions per ATM card and balance inquiries are also considered transactions. Once you've used up your free transactions, you'll have to pay a fee for each transaction you make during the month. The number of transactions includes both SBI and non-SBI ATM transactions.

6. SBI Balance Enquiry Through Passbook

When a customer opens a bank account with the State Bank of India, they are given a passbook. Customers must keep their passbooks up to date at all times to ensure that they contain information on all transactions. You can check their current balance and see a record of their debit and credit transactions through your updated passbooks. To update your passbook, you must visit the nearest SBI branch. This method of balance enquiry is still available because many people, especially in villages, are still hesitant to use net banking or mobile banking services.

SBI Balance Enquiry for Credit Card Users

SBI credit cardholders can use the SMS service to check their balance and other information. You can get the list of services from the table below. Send an SMS to 5676791 in the format specified in the table. Please note that ‘XXXX’ represents the last four digits of your card.

Service SMS format
Balance check BAL XXXX
Block card BLOCK XXXX
Check credit and cash limit AVAIL XXXX
Last payment status PAYMENT XXXX
Get duplicate statement DSTMT XXXX MM
(MM - statement month)

Why Should You Do Balance Enquiries Regularly?

People perform balance enquiry mainly for the following reasons:

  • To ensure that the account has enough funds for transfers, payments, etc.
  • To determine whether or not the money sent by the receiver has been credited to the account.
  • To ensure that the amount debited for a failed transaction has been credited back.
  • To check if the bank has deposited the interest on time.

It is advisable to check the account balance often to ensure that there are no unauthorized transactions. Also, you should review your monthly statement to identify unnecessary expenses and eliminate them to save more. Keeping track of account balances and transactions can also aid in the creation of a long-term monthly budget.

SBI Balance Enquiry Check Related FAQs

Ans: SBI customers can call 09223766666 to check their account balance. They can also call 1800112211 and 18004253800. 

Ans: Simply SMS “BAL” to 09223766666 to check your account balance.

Ans: There are no limits on the number of enquiries that you can make.

Ans: SBI Quick is not a money transfer service, which means it cannot facilitate financial transactions. The other difference is that you don’t require a login ID and password to access SBI Quick. The only condition is your registered mobile number should be active. 

Ans: No, you can only register one SBI account with one mobile number.

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