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Currently, customers are getting real-time features through WhatsApp. Most importantly, no charge is being charged from the customers for this facility.

New Delhi: These days the number of coronavirus positive patients is increasing rapidly. Various state governments are thinking of re-lockdown. You also need to be careful and at least don’t need to go branched for your bank’s work. There are three banks in the country offering you banking with the social messaging app WhatsApp. Find out all their details here

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HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank and Kotak Mahindra Bank offering WhatsApp banking
Three major private banks in the country are providing you with their banking facility through the chatting app WhatsApp. You can also use this app for your banking needs very easily.



No charges will be charged
Currently, customers are getting real-time features through WhatsApp. Most importantly, no charge is being charged from the customers for this facility.

Who will get the facility
Let’s say that this special facility will be available only to people whose mobile number is registered with the bank. According to our associate zeebiz.com, if your mobile number is not registered, you may have little difficulty in availing this facility.

These banking facilities will be available
Customers can check their account balance
In addition, details of the last 3 transactions will be available.
You can check the outstanding amount of credit cards.
Check the credit limit available on the credit card.
Debit/Debit Block and unblock credit cards.
Check the details of pre-approved loan offers.
Can open InstaSave account (savings account) online
How to avail WhatsApp banking facility:

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Step 1: Save the bank’s WhatsApp number to the contact list and make a missed call.
Step 2: You’ll get a subscription after you give a missed call.
Step 3: You will get a welcome message from the bank’s WhatsApp number.
Step 4: Type a message ‘Hi’ to start a chat via WhatsApp for any banking service.
Step 5: Now you can opt for the next option as per the requirement.



ICICI Bank
ICICI Bank customers can save 8640086400 numbers on the contact list and introduce banking facility through WhatsApp messaging platform.

HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank customers send SMS or make missed calls on 70659 70659 from their registered mobile number. Save 70659 70659 numbers to your contact list and send it by typing ‘Hi’. After sending the message, you’ll receive a welcome message from there.Kotak Mahindra Bank
Kotak Mahindra Bank customers give a missed call on 9718566655 from their mobile number. Save 022 6600 6022 to your mobile contact list. Now go to WhatsApp and send a message from here by typing help.

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