Citibank launches Citi Mobile banking solution

Citibank today announced the launch of Citi Mobile, its mobile banking solution that combines the consumer need for convenient, on-the-go banking with advanced mobile technology that is compatible with popular mobile devices across most GSM operators. Through Citi Mobile, customers can check account balances, send money, issue drafts, pay bills, make credit card payments, register for services like e-Statements, request for a cheque book, stop payments and much more.

Citi Mobile can be quickly downloaded onto a mobile phone, making mobile banking for Citibank customers as fast and effortless as banking online. The requirements for accessing Citi Mobile are a Citibank Banking/Credit Card account, an active Internet PIN, a mobile number that is registered with the bank, and a Java-enabled mobile phone with a GPRS connection.

Customers can SMS MBANK followed by the last 4 digits of their Debit/Credit Card number to 52484. An SMS response will be delivered to the customer’s mobile phone indicating the URL for Citi Mobile. This URL can be used to download Citi Mobile onto the mobile phone. On Citi Mobile, all customer interaction is https secure and encrypted using 128-bit SSL; further, no customer data is stored on the mobile phone, making this one of the most secure access channels.

Announcing the launch of Citi Mobile in India, N. Rajashekaran, Country Business Manager, Global Consumer Group, Citi India, said, “Citibank has always been a forerunner in putting technology to work for our customers. With Citi Mobile, we are happy to address our customers’ emerging lifestyle needs and support them in accessing their money in a fast, convenient and secure manner through something they always have with them – their mobile phones. Given the recent growth trends in mobile phone usage in India, we expect this to grow into a significant channel for customer service and contact.”

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  1. Seems other mobile banking application similar to ICICI Banks …iMobile… Is it the same as OBOPAY’s mobile banking…

  2. Here is a review of Citibank mobile banking app on my blog: