SBI Alert: In recent years, the trend of digital payments has increased very fast. Especially in the Corona era, transactions from UPI (UPI Transaction) have increased a lot from city to village. Previously, where UPI payment was limited to big shops, now it has reached small shops, even tea stalls and Panipuri ones. Consumers of almost every bank use UPI payment.
Important information at the moment is that if your account is in SBI i.e. State Bank of India, then you will not be able to make UPI payment on Sunday 14 March. SBI users may have difficulty in making UPI payment. State Bank of India (SBI), this big government bank of the country, has given information by tweeting related information (SBI Important Notice).
What is the reason?
According to the information tweeted by SBI, on March 14, the bank will upgrade its UPI platform to improve customer experience. The bank has said that due to the upgrade on March 14, SBI customers may face difficulty in using the bank’s UPI platform. However, its options have also been told by the bank.
Can use these services
The bank has also informed that SBI users can use Yono App, Yono Lite App, Net Banking (SBI Net Banking) or ATM (ATM) during this period. If you have difficulty in using the UPI service due to the upgrade, then you can use these services.
We request our esteemed customers to bear with us as we work towards improving our services to provide for an uninterrupted banking experience.#YONOLite #NetBanking #Banking #ImportantNotice pic.twitter.com/nZGRdRCFK7
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) March 13, 2021
The bank has said that users can use other digital channels of the bank as an option. Please tell that YONO and YONO Lite is the only mobile app of SBI. Whether you use net banking or ATM cards… you will not have any problem in these services. According to SBI’s tweet, upgrading to UPI will not have any impact on these services.
Banking services will also be affected on 15 and 16
A two-day strike has been called by the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) to protest against the proposed privatization of 2 state-owned banks. If the branches of the bank remained completely closed on March 15 and 16 due to the strike, then the functioning of the bank branches will be halted. State Bank of India (SBI) has also said that due to this strike, the work of the bank may be affected.
However, SBI has also said that all the arrangements have been made for the normal functioning of branches and offices. Despite these preparations, some of its operations may have an impact on strike. However, for any kind of payment or for the transaction of money, you have services like mobile and internet banking.