Post Internet Banking : -Indian Post Office is a symbol of trust in our country. People of the country have been doing transactions in the post office from the very beginning. Ever since the post office has become online, people can settle their transactions sitting at home, for which they do not need to go to any post office.
But to do online transactions from the post office, the customer has to activate Post Internet Banking. In today’s article, we are going to give complete information about post office internet banking.
But before that, I would like to tell you that if you have not yet opened an account in the Post Office Bank, then there is good news for you that now you can open Post Office Zero Balance Account for which you will not have to deposit any amount in the beginning.
Post Office Internet Banking Benefits
You can see your account transactions sitting at home online.
You can do any transaction online without visiting a post office branch.
Any new post office scheme can be opened online.
You can invest money in any new scheme online.
You can transfer funds online.
Online bills can be paid from a savings account.
You can check your account balance from your mobile online.
How to get a Post Office Net Banking User ID Password
Whenever a customer opens his account in the post office, a passbook is given to him by the post office.
The CIF number written on the passbook is the user ID of post internet banking.
The password is also activated by visiting the post office or can also be activated online.
Post office net banking password is received on your registered mobile number
How to Start Post Internet Banking?
If you have a post office savings account or invest money in any post office savings scheme such as recurring deposit, monthly income scheme, time deposit, and PPF account, then you can take the facility of internet banking of the post office.
To register for Post Office Net Banking, search the Google search box of your laptop or mobile by typing ebanking post office.
Click on the link ebanking.indiapost.gov.in in the search result and open the website.
First of all click on new user activation.
On the next page, first of all, enter your Customer ID, CIF ID.
After that enter your account number and click on continue.
On clicking continue, an OTP will be received on your registered mobile number.
After entering the OTP on the screen, set your login password and transaction password.
After setting the login password and transaction password, your internet banking will be activated.
Post Office Internet Banking Login Process
To login to post office internet banking, it is necessary to activate net banking first. If you have not activated net banking yet, then first activate net banking by reading the process above.
To login to post office net banking, first of all, open the home page of ebanking.indiapost.gov.in.
In the login form on the home page, first, enter the user id and then enter the captcha code and click on the login button.
On the next page, the system will give an option to verify your name, if the name on the screen is yours, then tick the check box
After ticking the check box, enter your password below and click on the login button.
On clicking the login button, an OTP will be sent to your mobile.
Enter OTP on the screen and click on Continue.
In this way, you will be able to login into your Post Office Net Banking Dashboard.
How to Activate Post Office Mobile Banking App?
Before you start activating your post office mobile banking, you should have your CIF number.
CIF number is always written on your Post Office passbook.
First of all type India Post Mobile Banking on your Google play store and install this app on your mobile.
Open Post Office mobile App after installing it.
After opening the Post Office Mobile App, click on the Mobile Banking option on the next page.
Click on Activate Mobile Banking to create your Mobile Banking Mpin On the next page.
On the next page enter your username (CIF number).
Enter your date of birth After that.
In the third step, enter your mobile number.
In the fourth step, once again enter your CIF number.
After entering all the details click on Activate.
You will receive an OTP at your registered mobile number.
Enter OTP on the screen and click on Activate button.
The option to set MPin will appear on the next screen.
Mpin is also a password used to login into the Mobile Banking App.
First, create your four-digit Mpin and confirm it by re-entering it in the next step.
After creating MPin click on submit button.
In this way, your Mpin will be created and your mobile banking will also be activated.
Next time you can login to the Post Office Mobile App through your MPin.
Tasks to be done from the Post Office Net Banking Dashboard
First of all, keep in mind that your password will expire after 180 days, so change your password before 180 days.
The net banking dashboard has the facility of post office passbook online.
More than one account detail can be seen in the Net Banking Dashboard.
You can download the mini statement from the post office net banking dashboard.
You can view your transaction history.
You can change the password, view personal details, and set preferences in the My Profile option in the dashboard,.
You can see accounts and can view summaries in the dashboard.
Check your savings account details.
You can take a loan against PPF.
You can open your PPF account.
You can open a recurring deposit account.
You can open a time deposit account and view details.
Open your NSC account and view details.
You can open loan and RD accounts.
Post Office and Indian Post Payment Bank both operate separately. Indian Post Payment Bank was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Indian Post Payment Bank is also known as IPPB, in which Post Office Savings Account can be opened.