New Delhi: The country’s largest state-run bank, State Bank of India (SBI) has issued a new alert for its 44 crore customers. The bank said in a notification that on September 4 and 5, 7 types of services, including internet banking, will remain suspended for a few hours. During this, you may face trouble if any important work is done. To avoid any such problem, it is necessary that you complete all your important work in advance or postpone the work for some time.
We request our esteemed customers to bear with us as we strive to provide a better banking experience.#InternetBanking #YONOSBI #YONO #ImportantNotice pic.twitter.com/GXu3UCTSCu— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) September 3, 2021
SBI tweeted from its official Twitter handle that “The maintenance process will continue from 11:35 pm on September 4 to 01:35 on September 5. Internet Banking, YONO, YONO Lite, YONO Business and IMPS and UPI services will not be available. During this, SBI had also issued an alert on July 16 and 17, after which many types of services of State Bank customers were affected from 10.45 pm to 1.15 pm.The bank said that the server has been maintained for upgrade. Due to the UPI platform, these services were discontinued, causing inconvenience to the customers. The services were resumed immediately after the upgrade of the UPI platform.
Explain that SBI notifies the customers every time before their platform is down so that all the customers can complete their essential tasks on time. According to the bank’s official website, SBI Yono has a total of 35 million registered users. Due to such a large number of customers, the bank does the maintenance work during the night.