SBI Customers Attention: These services of SBI will be closed for 2 hours today, bank customers will not be able to do any transaction!

SBI Banking Services: State Bank of India (SBI) has issued important information for its 44 crore account holders. SBI tweeted that some services of the bank will be closed for 2 hours tomorrow.




New Delhi. If you are a customer of State Bank of India (SBI), then this news is very important for you. Some services of the country’s largest state-run bank SBI will be closed for 2 hours tomorrow i.e. on Wednesday (September 15). During this time SBI customers will not be able to do any transaction. State Bank of India has given this information by issuing an alert on Twitter.

In fact, SBI said on Twitter that some services of the bank will be closed on September 15 due to system maintenance. These services will include Internet Banking, Yono, Yono Lite and UPI service. SBI said through a tweet that these services will not be available from 12 pm to 2 pm (120 minutes) on the night of 15 September.

The bank said that during this time customers should try to avoid doing other activities including transactions on any platform.

Earlier on September 04, due to maintenance work, SBI’s Yono service was closed for about 3 hours. Apart from this, due to maintenance in the months of July and August, SBI had stopped banking services. Usually the maintenance work is done at night, so not many customers are affected.




SBI’s internet banking service is used by more than 80 million people and mobile banking is used by about 20 million people. At the same time, the number of registered customers on Yono is 3.45 crore, on which about 90 lakh customers login daily.

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