YoNo, the mobile banking app of State Bank of India (SBI), had a technical flaw on Thursday. This affected the transaction on the app. The bank said that steps have been taken to smooth the service and fix the app.
Message sent by sending malfunction information
The flaw in SBI’s YONO (You Need Only One) app came on the day the Reserve Bank of India imposed a temporary ban on HDFC Bank to introduce new digital banking services. In a message sent to customers, SBI said that the technical flaws in the Yono app have come. Efforts are being made to streamline the service and repair the app. The bank has urged customers to use internet banking and the Yono Lite app instead of the Yono app.
We request our esteemed customers to bear with us as we work towards restoring YONO SBI app to provide for an uninterrupted banking experience.#SBI #StateBankOfIndia #ImportantAnnouncement #InternetBanking #OnlineSBI pic.twitter.com/AjHb12qFGC
– State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) December 4, 2020
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Services were interrupted last month too
On 24 November last month, the services of the country’s largest bank were disrupted due to technical flaws. Then the bank tweeted and informed about the problem in the server. Meanwhile, customers of Punjab National Bank (PNB) also faced problems in using digital services on Thursday. The bank sent a message to the customers, due to some technical problems, our internet banking, UPI and app services are facing problems. The bank is sorry for this. Our team is trying to fix it as soon as possible.