IndusInd Bank announced the launch of ‘Onthego’ Social banking which offers customers a host of banking services including transactions through social platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Apart from providing banking services like checking account balance, enquiry of mini-statement, locating nearest ATM/branch, users now can transfer money to their phone and social contacts using Facebook and Twitter. The user need not download any additional mobile app.
On Twitter platform, “Onthego” Social Banking enables the user to carry out basic banking functionalities in a completely secure environment. Any IndusInd Bank savings account customer, who has a mobile number registered with the bank and who has a Twitter account, can access Twitter Banking. This way, the user can transfer money, check account balance, view mini-statement and find nearest ATM/ branch apart from other banking transactions.
The user can send money instantly to its recipient either on his/her twitter handle or if the receiver is not on Facebook or Twitter, then the user sends it to the receiver’s email ID or mobile number. IndusInd Bank is the only bank which enables the user to transfer funds to twitter or on email, or sms via twitter. The Twitter banking allows the user to stay connected with his bank anytime, anywhere on Twitter.
Mr. Ritesh Raj Saxena, Head – Savings, Digital & Payments Business, IndusInd Bank said, “Innovation has been a key driver for us at IndusInd Bank. The initiative is a step further to offer round-the-clock and convenient access to banking services to its customers. The launch comes in line with our bank’s philosophy “Customer Responsiveness”, where IndusInd Bank aims to offer consumers confidence, ease and convenience which is a clear differentiator in the banking space. The Idea is to offer banking solutions seamlessly, wherever the user is, rather than expecting the user to come to any particular platform to get serviced.”
In case of Facebook banking, customers can bank through Facebook messenger or app by sending direct Messages to the Bank. Other services like balance enquiry, mini statement, locating nearest ATM and branch outlets are also available. Customers can send money via QuickPay to another Facebook user or to a recipient not on Facebook via E-mail or SMS. To enable this service, the user need not download any additional mobile app or subscribe to any application on Facebook, but can simply log on to Facebook or its messenger available on smart phones.