SBI’s online banking services will remain unavailable for five hours (300 minutes) on Saturday due to a technology upgrade. The upgrade will take place from 11:30 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. on December 11, 2021. The State Bank of India informed its users of the downtime in a tweet on Thursday. SBI online banking services, which will be unavailable during this period, include INB, Yono, Yono Lite, Yono Business and UPI. The bank has also asked its customers to be patient as it strives to provide a better banking experience.
Using its official twitter account, SBI tweeted: “We ask our valued customers to stay with us as we strive to provide a better banking experience.” He added, “We will undertake the technology upgrade early in the morning on December 11, 2021 from 11:30 pm to 4:30 am (300 minutes). During this period, INB / Yono / Yono Lite / Yono Business / UPI will be unavailable. We regret any inconvenience this has caused and ask you to be patient. “
It can be noted that the upgrade activity is undertaken early in the morning taking into account the convenience of the customers.
SBI, a Fortune 500 company, is an Indian public sector banking and financial services statutory body, Indian multinational headquartered in Mumbai. According to information provided by the bank on its website sbi.co.in, SBI is India’s largest bank with 1/4 market share, serving over 45 million customers through its extensive network of over 22,000 branches , 62,617 ATMs / ADWMs and 71,968 outlets in British Columbia.
The bank has diversified its activities through its various subsidiaries, namely SBI General Insurance, SBI Life Insurance, SBI Mutual Fund, SBI Card, etc. It has expanded its presence globally and operates across time zones through 229 offices in 31 foreign countries.