State Bank of India (SBI) customers faced problems on Thursday morning with mobile transactions. Indian customers, the State Bank of India (SBI), are facing problems in their attempts to implement online transactions. Users cannot log into YONO, the bank's most important mobile app, nor cannot use the Unified Payments Interface to push through payments (UPI).
Following recent online-service disruptions in HDFC Bank, YONO, the flagship of Indian State Bank, faced a system failure today.
The failure also occurs on the first day that the SBI branches are closed down for business. On Twitter on the 31st March, and again today at 11:30 a.m, the bank notified users of its services being down from 2:10 p.m. to 5:40 p.m. today but not accounting for the current failure.
We request our esteemed customers to bear with us as we upgrade our internet banking platform to provide a better online banking experience.#SBI #StateBankOfIndia #ImportantNotice #InternetBanking #OnlineSBI pic.twitter.com/Ho8wjPIezW— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) March 31, 2021
Usually, the Bank sends a message to its users that digital services are not available for a specified time if the servers are down for maintenance. But there was no warning this time around.
On 30th it was @HDFC_Bank, today it's @TheOfficialSBI...what is happening to the Banking sector!— Siddharth Jain (@iamsidthefreak) April 1, 2021
Is this a sequential process...will @AxisBank and @ICICIBank follow soon?#SBIDown #AprilFoolsDay@akash_sethia @DrAmishaJain @vijaybaghrecha
YONO SBI App brings to your finger all the banking and financial needs. You can experience YONO SBI from your own comfort digitally for your everyday needs. In Internet-based transactions of HDFC Bank customers, similar technical flaws have recently been reported. The net banking and mobile banking services of HDFC Bank suffered a failure with users reporting access difficulties