Seamless Financial Management

SBI Internet Banking

State Bank of India (SBI), India’s largest public sector bank, offers a robust and secure online banking platform known as SBI Internet Banking. It empowers customers to manage their finances from anywhere, anytime, utilizing a comprehensive suite of features and services. Whether you’re an individual or a corporate entity, SBI Internet Banking streamlines your banking experience.

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Features and Services of SBI Internet Banking

SBI Internet Banking caters to a wide range of financial needs, offering a plethora of features and services:

  • Account Overview and Management: Gain a clear picture of your finances by accessing real-time account balances, transaction history, and account statements.
  • Fund Transfers: Seamlessly transfer funds between your SBI accounts, other banks, and international accounts, with options like NEFT, RTGS, and IMPS.
  • Bill Payments: Conveniently pay utility bills, credit card bills, and other recurring payments directly from your SBI Internet Banking account.
  • Tax Payments: File and pay income tax, service tax, and state government taxes online, ensuring timely tax compliance.
  • Investment Options: Explore and invest in a variety of investment options, including mutual funds, fixed deposits, and insurance products, to grow your wealth.
  • Loan Management: Manage your loans effectively by viewing loan statements, making loan repayments, and tracking loan outstanding amounts.
  • Demat and IPO Services: Access dematerialized (demat) account services and apply for Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) conveniently through SBI Internet Banking.

Third-Party Integrations: Connect your SBI Internet Banking account with third-party apps for seamless transactions and enhanced functionality

Documents Required to activate SBI Internet Banking

To activate SBI Internet Banking, you will need to provide the following documents:

Valid Photo ID: A copy of your PAN card, driver’s license, or passport for identity verification.

Address Proof: A copy of your utility bill, bank statement, or rental agreement for address verification.

Bank Account Details: Your SBI account number, customer ID, and branch details

How to Activate SBI Internet Banking?
  • Visit the SBI Internet Banking website: Access the SBI Internet Banking website at
  • Click on “New User Registration”: Locate the “New User Registration” option on the homepage.
  • Enter your details: Provide your personal information, including name, date of birth, contact details, and bank account details.
  • Set a password: Create a strong password for your SBI Internet Banking account.
  • Verify your mobile number: Enter your mobile number to receive a verification code (OTP).
  • Accept terms and conditions: Review and accept the terms and conditions of SBI Internet Banking.
  • Submit the registration form: Click on the “Submit” button to complete the registration process.
Personal banking and Corporate banking Login of SBI NetBanking

How to Login to Personal Banking?

  • Visit the SBI Internet Banking website: Access the SBI Internet Banking website at
  • Enter your username and password: Provide your registered username and password in the designated fields.
  • Click on “Login”: Click on the “Login” button to access your personal banking account.

How to Login to Corporate Banking?

  • Visit the SBI Corporate Internet Banking website: Access the SBI Corporate Internet Banking website at
  • Enter your login credentials: Provide your corporate login credentials, including corporate username and password.
  • Click on “Login”: Click on the “Login” button to access your corporate banking account.
How to Reset Password on SBI NetBanking?
  1. Visit the SBI Internet Banking website: Access the SBI Internet Banking website at
  2. Click on “Forgot Password”: Locate the “Forgot Password” link on the login page.
  3. Enter your username or registered email address: Provide your registered username or email address.
  4. Click on “Submit”: Click on the “Submit” button to initiate the password reset process.
  5. Follow instructions: Follow the instructions provided in the email or SMS you receive to reset your password.
How to Transfer Funds to Other Bank Accounts using SBI InterNetBanking?

SBI Internet Banking offers seamless fund transfer options to other bank accounts, both within India and internationally. Follow these steps to initiate a fund transfer:

  1. Login to your SBI Internet Banking account: Access your personal or corporate SBI Internet Banking account using your registered credentials.
  2. Navigate to the “Transfers” section: Locate the “Transfers” menu or option on the SBI Internet Banking homepage or dashboard.
  3. Select “Fund Transfer” or “NEFT/RTGS Transfer”: Choose the appropriate transfer option based on your requirements and the beneficiary’s bank.
  4. Enter beneficiary details: Provide the beneficiary’s name, account number, bank name, and IFSC code (Indian Financial System Code) accurately.
  5. Specify transfer amount: Enter the amount you wish to transfer in the designated field.
  6. Review and confirm details: Carefully review the transfer details, including beneficiary information, amount, and transfer mode.
  7. Initiate transfer: Click on the “Submit” or “Transfer” button to initiate the fund transfer process.
  8. Verify and approve transaction: You may receive a confirmation message or OTP (One-Time Password) to verify and approve the transaction
SBI Net Banking Transaction Limits and Charges

Transaction Type



Fund Transfer – NEFT

Minimum: ₹1, Maximum: ₹10 lakh

Nil for online transactions within SBI; Charges may apply for transactions to other banks based on the amount.

Fund Transfer – RTGS

Minimum: ₹2 lakh, Maximum: ₹10 lakh

Nil for online transactions within SBI; Charges may apply for transactions to other banks based on the amount.

Fund Transfer – IMPS

Maximum: ₹2 lakh per day

Charges may apply based on the transaction amount and service used.

Account Management



Bill Payments

No specific limit


Online Shopping

No specific limit


Investment Transactions

No specific limit

Charges may apply based on the type of investment and service used.

Please note that the transaction limits and charges mentioned above are subject to change as per the policies and updates provided by State Bank of India.

SBI Net Banking Customer care

SBI offers a variety of customer care options to assist you with your SBI Net Banking needs.

  • Online chat: You can also chat with a customer care representative online by visiting the SBI website and clicking on the “Chat” button.

Toll-Free Number

Toll-free numbers: SBI has two toll-free numbers that you can call to speak to a customer care representative: 1800-11-2211 (toll-free)
1800-425-3800 (toll-free)

Email Support

Email: You can also contact SBI customer care by email at