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State Bank of India core services hit due to connectivity issues

State Bank (SBI) wrote in tweet that due to connectivity problem our core banking services are not available to customers today. We hope that this service will be restored to normal soon.

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Published on 13 Oct 2020 7:39 AM GMT

State Bank of India core services hit due to connectivity issues
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New Delhi: The online banking services of the country's largest bank State Bank of India (SBI) have been completely shut down today. The online services at the bank have come to a standstill due to a technical problem. State Bank itself has given information about this in a tweet. However, the ATM and POS machines of the bank have not been affected by this technology problem.

Technical Problem in SBI :

The online services of State Bank of India have come to a complete standstill today due to technical problem on Tuesday. Giving this information, the bank has written in a tweet that we request our customers to be with us. Soon normal service will resume.

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Connectivity Problem informed by State Bank :

State Bank (SBI) wrote in tweet that due to connectivity problem our core banking services are not available to customers today. We hope that this service will be restored to normal soon. All the other channels have been affected except ATM and POS.

Customers are facing a lot of problems due to the bank's online services coming to a standstill across the country. In such a situation, business has been hit to some extent. At present, this problem will be removed by the bank soon.

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State Bank of India is the largest bank in the country. It has a market share of about 25 percent in total deposits and loans. It has around 24,000 bank branches across the country.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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