How to activate SBI debit card for online transaction through Net Banking and Yono?

State Bank India debit cardholders can now exert greater control over their usage of their SBI debit cards with the new feature that allows them to easily activate and deactivate online transactions. By default, all variants come equipped with this function disabled; however, in order to utilize your card on any e-commerce platform or mobile application such as Gmail and Facebook Messenger etc., you must first ensure that it is enabled before commencing use. Be sure to follow our in-depth guide so as not only unlock online transaction capabilities but also gain full access along every avenue!

Things required to activate SBI debit card for online transaction –

  • Registered mobile number
  • SBI profile password.
  • SBI Internet banking Username and password.
  • Debit card number – Last four digits.

How To Activate SBI Debit Card For Online Transaction using net banking?

  • Log in with your SBI account. Ensure you enter the correct captchas and click on Log In button for verification step. You will now be provided with an OTP on your registered mobile number. Enter it and then click on the Login button. From the main dashboard, navigate to the E-Services tab. Then select ATM Card Services from the menu. Select the “ATM Card Limit/Channel/Usage Change” option. Select the account number from the next page, and then select The card number you want to activate for online transaction. From the drop-down menu, select “change channel type” and then select to enable the online transaction for POS and CPN channel.
  • Enter the card number, CVV and the Bank Identification Number.
  • Click on Activate to activate your debit card online. 
  • You will now be prompted to enter your password for online transactions. Remember to keep this password secure as it will be needed when making any transactions with your debit card via net banking. 
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Once you have successfully activated your debit card, you can use it to make online transactions by following the same steps as mentioned earlier in this guide.

How to activate SBI debit card for online transactions through SMS?

If you are unable to login to your account through the Net banking or Mobile App, you can alternatively activate your debit card by sending a text message to 6278.

  • Get your registered mobile number phone and create new SMS. Type SWON ECOM <Last four digits of a debit card>
  • Send the SMS to 092239 66666. Standard text messaging charges shall be incurred for delivering this SMS; ensure you have sufficient funds in your account or have purchased a suitable SMS pack prior to sending it out. Once dispatched successfully, an automated reply will inform of online transactions being enabled on the account – an advantage that may come in handy!
  • You can now use your SBI debit card for online transactions. Must Read – SBI online money transfer using debit card
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How to activate SBI debit card for online transaction through Yono?

Log in with your SBI account. Ensure you enter the correct captchas and click on Log In button for verification step. You will now be provided with an OTP on your registered mobile number. Enter it and then click on the Login button. From the main dashboard, navigate to the Yono App section. Then select Activate Debit Card from the menu. Select your bank’s name from the next page, and then enter the card number, CVV and Bank Identification Number. Click on Activate to activate your debit card online.

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You will now be prompted to enter your password for online transactions. Remember to keep this password secure as it will be needed when making any transactions with your debit card via Yono or net banking.

Once you have successfully activated your debit card, you can use it to make online transactions by following the same steps as mentioned earlier in this guide.

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