HDFC Bank provides mobile banking services to its customers in order to provide a more comprehensive banking experience and to meet customer demands. Customers can use the Mobile Banking app to pay credit card bills, mobile bills, and water/electric bills, as well as transfer funds via UPI, NEFT/IMPS, and MMID. The HDFC Bank mobile Banking app can be used to open a fixed deposit or recurring deposit. Here is how to register, login and transfer funds using HDFC mobile banking service.
- Mobile banking app allows you to customise the menu so that you can easily access your frequently used services.
- Mobile app allows you to make Term Deposits, Mutual Fund investments, IPO investments, and manage your Demat holdings all in one place.
- There is no need to physically visit the stores or download specific apps for various services. Most utility bills, mobile phone bills, and DTH connections can be paid through your banking app.
- Sign up for InstaAlerts and keep track of all your financial transactions right at your fingertips. Aside from regular transaction banking, you can use your banking app to set up alerts for bill payments and expense tracking.
- There is no longer any need to physically update your statement at a branch. With a single click, you can access your account history via your Mobile Banking app. With the mPassbook, you can access your account history at any time and from any location, even when there is no data connection.
- The HDFC Bank Mobile Banking App allows you to compare prices from different service providers, as well as receive discounts and CashBack and redeem loyalty points. HDFC Bank customers can pay bills, shop online, book air travel, and book hotel accommodations all on a single exclusive platform.
How to Register for HDFC mobile banking?
Step-1: Download the HDFC Bank mobile app from the Google Play store.
Step-2: Enter the customer ID and your registered mobile number into the app.
Step 3: No need to register separately in order to use mobile banking services and can use username and IPIN same as for internet banking.
Step 4: Set up a quick access PIN on the app by clicking on the button visible on the app’s home screen.
Step 5: Under the ‘Enter Your Details’ tab, enter your customer ID and registered mobile number. Click the ‘Continue’ button.
Step 6: Enter OTP received and click continue.
Step 7: Enter your ATM PIN, debit card expiry month and year. Then press the ‘Continue’ button.
Step 8: By entering it twice, you can create a four-digit Quick Access PIN. You can also enable fingerprint recognition to authorise yourself. Once finished, click ‘Continue.’
How to login to HDFC mobile banking?
Step 1: On your smartphone, launch the HDFC Bank app.
Step 2: To access mobile banking services, enter your internet banking username and IPIN instead of your customer ID and password.
Step-3: Alternatively, you can log in by entering the 4-digit Quick Access PIN. If you enable fingerprint authentication, you can log in by placing your finger on the sensor.
How to transfer funds through HDFC mobile banking?
Step 1: On your smartphone, launch the HDFC app.
Step 2: A screen with details of all the accounts will be visible and select the ‘Menu’ option in the top-left corner of the home screen
Step 3: A screen will appear, along with all of the service categories that can be accessed through the app and select ‘Money Transfer’ from the ‘PAY’ menu.
Step 4: On the next screen, click ‘Transfer Money to Anyone, Anywhere.’
Step 5: Choose the account, select the payee bank details from the available payee list, enter the payee name. Transfering to a new payee, click ‘Add Payee.’ and you can transfer funds by entering the payee’s MMID and mobile number.
Step 6: Select the payee name from the list and enter the amount to be transferred, the transfer date (schedule transfer if necessary), transfer mode (NEFT or IMPS) and click ‘Continue.’
Step 7: Review the information entered, accept the terms and conditions and click the ‘Confirm’ button.
Step 8: A message with the transaction reference number will be displayed.
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