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SINGAPORE - DBS introduces SMS Banking to its comprehensive suite of mobile banking offerings, allowing customers to perform simple banking transactions including checking account balances, performing card payments and fund transfers to their own ... The Asian Banker, 4 days ago
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ATM Changes in India- The Short Answer

If you make more than five transactions a month at your own bank's ATMs, the RBI says that from Nov. 1, the bank can charge you a fee. Until now account holders could get money out or view their balance as often as they liked without charge from ...
 Austin American Statesman1 day ago ATM - Mobile Integration Guide: Strategies for Successful Omnichannel Banking  ATMmarketplace.com1 day ago New ATM Charges From Next Month: How to Avoid Them  NDTV Profit5 days ago New ATM Charges: How to Avoid Them  NDTV Profit5 days ago
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SBI customer to enjoy unlimited ATM transactions if A/C balance is above Rs 25K

The nation's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) has good news for customers who maintain over Rs 25,000 balance. SBI will offer unlimited ATM transactions on its home ATM for customers who maintain this balance in their account in a month ...
 The Echo Of India6 days ago SBI Links ATM Charges to Average Monthly Balance  New Indian Express4 days ago

Metro ATM users get some relaxation

The Reserve Bank today said the number of free transactions in a month at non-home ATMs would remain three in six identified metros but customers of these centres can use their card without cost two more times in non-metro centres. "As per the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago RBI relaxes norms on using other banks' ATMs in metro cities  Rediff.com1 week ago Three Transactions at Other Bank ATMs to Be Free in Six Metros  Outlook1 week ago Banks tighten free ATM payouts  MSN India2 months ago
Business Standard

Cap of 3 free ATM transactionsmay apply in cities near metros

If you are staying in a city abutting one of the six metros then you may not get to enjoy the convenience of five free transactions a month at other bank ATMs in the city of your residence. Reason: banks are planning to consider cities lying on ...
 Hindu Business Line5 days ago Cap of 3 free ATM transactions only for metros, says RBI  Business Standard1 week ago RBI?s new guidelines for ATM usage effective from 1st November  Jagran Post1 month ago
Money Today

ATM users in metro cities get some relaxation from RBI

New Delhi Last Updated: October 11, 2014 | 11:14 IST The Reserve Bank on Friday said the number of free transactions in a month at non-home ATMs would remain three in six identified metros but customers of these centres can use their card without cost two ...
 Money Today1 week ago The ATM economy  Business World5 days ago PolicyBuff : Ridiculous, self-defeating idea  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago RBI limits number of free cross-bank ATM transactions to 3 per month  One India2 months ago
Times of India

SBI links free ATM usage to balance, branch visits

The country’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) has reviewed its ATM usage charges, allowing more free transactions to those who avoid visiting its branches, and unlimited transactions for those with large balances.
 Times of India6 days ago Bank balance matters! SBI revamps its ATM usage policies wef Nov 1  One India6 days ago
Business Standard

No free lunch: Rajan on ATM transactions

Second authentication for small value payments through credit cards can be reduced subject to conditions BS Reporter | Mumbai September 16, 2014 Last Updated at 00:19 IST Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan on Monday said while there was ...
 Business Standard1 month ago SBI rolls out tortuous ATM fee schedule following RBI rule changes  ATMmarketplace.com4 days ago ATM transactions not free for banks, says Raghram Rajan  Business Standard1 month ago
Times of India

Cap on free use may hit ATM business model

The Reserve Bank of India’s move to curb the number of free transactions in automated teller machines (ATMs) would result in a surge in cash in the economy and reduce viability of the 1.6-lakh-strong ATM network.
 Times of India1 month ago Cap on free transactions may hit ATM business model  Economic Times1 month ago RBI rationalises Number of Free Transactions on ATMs  Money Control2 months ago Third-party ATM transactions limit to go down from five to two  Asian Age2 months ago

New ATM Rules: What You Need To Know

From November, frequent use of bank ATMs will cost you more. The Reserve Bank of India has reduced free transactions in other bank ATMs to three per month in six metropolitan cities. Banks have also been allowed to levy charges beyond five transactions per ...
 NDTV2 months ago Number26 Is A Bank Designed For The 21st Century  TechCrunch1 day ago Only 3 free transactions in other-bank metro ATMs  The Hindu2 months ago Using other bank ATMs: RBI cuts free transactions to three from five in metros  First Post.com2 months ago
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