The Indian banking sector is advancing with growing tech efficiencies. Accessing different banking services has become easier and convenient for account holders in several ways. The traditional ways of accessing the services were time-consuming and required efforts.
Do you have an account with Federal Bank? Did you register your mobile number at the bank? After receiving your request for mobile number registration, the bank will link your mobile number with your account and you can stay connected with your account.
Upon every transaction, i.e. deposits, withdrawal, cheque clearance, deposits, etc. you will receive an instant notification on the registered mobile number. You can also access the missed call services as well as SMS services only from your registered mobile number.
Do you know how to register and update your mobile number in the Federal bank? Nowadays, every bank registers the account holder’s mobile number by default. The mobile number gets linked to the account and you can avail the services conveniently. If you have an old account and haven’t registered your mobile number, update your mobile number as fast as you can.
#1: Steps to Change Mobile Number in Federal Bank Online
Step 1: Visit the official website of Federal Bank and log in to your net banking account. Click on General Services.
Step 2: Click service request and then New Service Request.
Step 3: You will get directed to a new page where you need to select ‘Change mobile number/Email ID‘. Enter the country code of the mobile number and then the new mobile number along with the email id. Click on Submit button to proceed ahead.
Step 4: Enter the transaction password for the confirmation and click on submit.
After successful registration or update of the new mobile number, you will receive a notification on the mobile number.
#2: Change or Register mobile number in Federal Bank Through Branch
#1 You don’t have internet access; you can opt for the offline method. You can submit an application to the Branch Manager stating your requirements for registering or updating your mobile number.
#2 First download the federal bank contact details modification form online from an official website. Make sure to write down the bank account credential and other personal info in the application. Carry the relevant documents, i.e. passbook, identity proof, etc. along with the photocopy of the documents.
#3 Visit the help desk and demand a KYC update form. Fill up the form providing the credential without any errors. Make sure to write down the new mobile number that you want to link with the account.
#4 Undersign the form and attach the application as well as the photocopy of the documents and submit it. Upon activation or successful update of the new mobile number, you will receive the notification via SMS on your new mobile number.
#3: Change Mobile Number through Federal Bank ATM
Visit Nearby Federal bank ATM. Insert your ATM card and enter the PIN. Next, click on more services and update the mobile number on the next page.
Your new mobile number will be updated within 24 hours.
#4: By Calling Customer Care Number
To register your mobile number with the bank, you can contact Dial at the toll-free number 18004251199 Or 18004201199 and submit a request. Customers from abroad can dial 08061991199.
|Toll-Free Customer care number||18004251199 Or 18004201199|
|Customer Care number for the customer from abroad||08061991199|
|Email ID||[email protected]|
#5: Register Mobile in Federal Bank for Balance Enquiry
To register for Federal Bank missed call based balance enquiry service, you need to send an SMS ‘ACTBAL 14 Digit Account Number‘ to the number 9895088888. You will get a confirmation message immediately.
For making an online transaction or accessing any other banking services, a registered mobile number is essential. The bank sends the OTP to the registered mobile number for authenticating the transaction.
To access missed call and SMS services even you need a registered mobile number. Updating or registering a mobile number at the bank is pivotal nowadays.
Article Updated: 18 Feb, 2021