List Of All Bank Numbers To Use For Missed Call Banking

You can use missed call banking to get things like balance in your account and mini statement.

Written by: Aamirbasha
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There are multiple ways to check your bank balance and to get mini statments. These include details measures on how to update your pass book at banks, at the ATM, mobile banking, internet banking.

SMS Banking, and Phone banking

For methods such as mobile banking and internet banking we need to have smart phone and internet connectivity and for SMS and phone banking standard call or sms charges will be applied.

List Of All Bank Numbers To Use For Missed Call Banking
But there is a method called Missed call banking, whereby giving a missed call with our registered mobile number we can get the details such as bank balance and mini statement.

There are 28 public sector banks and 21 private sector banks out of which public sectors are again divided into three sub-categories, 7 banks are state bank associates, 19 are nationalized banks and two banks IDBI Bank and Bharatiya Mahila Bank comes under public sector banks.

Here is a list of banks in India, whose numbers can be used for missed call banking:

State Bank and its associates
Name of the bankBalance enquirymini statement
State Bank of India92237666669223866666
State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur92237666669223866666
State Bank of Hyderabad92237666669223866666
State Bank of Mysore92237666669223866666
State Bank of Patiala92237666669223866666
State Bank of Travancore92237666669223866666
State Bank of Sikkim92237666669223866666
Nationalised banks
Allahabad Bank92241501509224150150
Andhra Bank92230113009223011300
Bank of Indian/an/a
Bank of Baroda9223011311n/a
Bank of Maharashtra9222281818n/a
Canara Bank90154834839015734734
Central Bank of India95552444429555144441
Corporation Bank9268892688n/a
Dena Bank92893566779278656677
Indian Bank9289592895n/a
Indian Overseas Bank04442220004n/a
Oriental Bank of Commerce0806720575708067205767
Punjab & Sindh Bank9223984344n/a
Punjab National Bank18001802222/18001032222n/a
Syndicate Bank9241442255n/a
UCO Bank92787927879213125125
Union Bank of Indian/an/a
United Bank of Indian/an/a
Vijaya Bank1800103552518001035535
Public sector banks
IDBI Bank180084311221800831133
Bharatiya Mahila Bank9212438888n/a
Private-sector banks
ICICI Bank0223025676702230256868
Bandhan Bank92230086669223008777
Catholic Syrian Bankn/an/a
City Union Bank9278177444n/a
Dhanlaxmi Bank08067747700n/a
DCB Bank75066600117506660022
Federal Bank8431900900n/a
HDFC Bank1800270333318002703355
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited09211937373n/a
IDFC Bank18002700720n/a
Karnataka Bank1800425144518004251446
IndusInd Bank1800274100018002742000
Jammu and Kashmir Bankn/an/a
Karur Vysya Bank09266292666n/a
Kotak Mahindra Bank18002740110n/a
Lakshmi Vilas Bankn/an/a
Nainital Bankn/an/a
RBL Bank18004190610n/a
South Indian Bank09223008488n/a
Yes Bank0922392000009223921111
Axis Bank18004195959

18004196969

Advantages of missed call banking

There are numerous advantages of missed call banking. The first is that you do not need internet connectivity. The second and the most important thing is that dialing a missed call banking number is free. All you need is to have your mobile network in place. Missed call banking cannot be used through the landline.

This is simply because you cannot get data like bank balance on your landline. To avail of missed call banking, make sure that you do register yourself. You will not get any response, if you do not register The form of getting balance is reliable, provided you do not hand-over your phone to somebody else. In case, you do, there could be a breach of safety and other individuals could get access to the balance in your account.

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Story first published: Thursday, December 1, 2016, 12:46 [IST]
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