How To Activate SBI Debit Card Online

Here is the step-by-step guide to activate the SBI Debit card online.
How To Activate SBI Debit Card Online

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New Delhi: The State Bank of India (SBI) offers a variety of debit cards tailored to meet its customers' diverse needs. It's essential to activate your new SBI debit card before using it to ensure smooth transactions and avoid any inconvenience, such as payment cancellations. Fortunately, SBI provides a convenient option to activate your ATM or debit card online through its website retail.onlinesbi.com. Now, there's no need to visit a branch; as an SBI customer, you can easily activate your new ATM card through the SBI Internet banking portal.
ATM cards have revolutionised the way we access our funds, making withdrawals and payments incredibly convenient. One significant advantage is the ability to withdraw money from any bank's ATM, regardless of where your account is held. If you're an SBI account holder looking to activate your State Bank of India ATM or debit card online, simply login to the SBI portal and navigate to the e-services tab.

Steps To Activate A SBI Debit Card Online:

Step 1: Go to www.onlinesbi.com.
Step 2: Log in to the SBI net banking portal using your username and password.
Step 3: Select 'e-Services' and then click on the 'ATM card services' option.
Step 4: On the subsequent page, click on 'New ATM Card Activation'.
Step 5: Choose the account for which you've requested a new ATM card and enter the 16-digit ATM card number in the provided space.
Step 6: Re-enter the same card number in the next field to confirm and then click on the 'Activate' option.
Step 7: Review all the details displayed on the new page and click on 'Confirm'.
Step 8: You will receive a high-security password on your registered mobile number. Enter this password and click on 'Confirm'.
Step 9: A message confirming the successful activation of your ATM card will appear on the screen. To use your ATM card, you need to generate an ATM PIN. This can be done by visiting any ATM, through SMS or IVR, or by visiting a branch to obtain an ATM PIN.
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