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SBI Customers Can Now Withdraw Cash From ATM Without Using Debit Card

M Kanika
M Kanika
State Bank of India (SBI) ATM
State Bank of India (SBI) ATM

Many times we go out to get cash from the ATM but forget to carry our Debit Card. But if you are a State Bank of India (SBI) customer, then you will no longer require a debit card to withdraw cash from an ATM. 

SBI has recently launched a new banking function that allows its consumers to take cash from an ATM without using a debit card. SBI Customers (who also include people from the farming community) can now withdraw cash from machines without the use of an ATM or a debit card using SBI YONO.

You can now use any SBI ATM to withdraw money. Furthermore, the app performs admirably at POS terminals and in Customer Service.

Now, you can withdraw cash from any SBI ATMs. Moreover, this app also works very well at POS terminals & Customer Service Points (CSP), doing away with the requirement to carry cards all the time with you. 

SBI Bank customers can now withdraw a minimum of Rs 500 & a maximum of Rs 10,000 from the SBI ATMs using the YONO app by just following the process that we have mentioned below.

  • Step 1: Firstly, you have to login into the YONO app on your phone.

  • Step 2: Click on YONO Cash on Website.

  • Step 3: Click on the ATM section under the YONO Cash.

  • Step 4: Enter the Amount & press enter.

  • Step 5: Create a 6- digit PIN.

  • Step 6: Once you have created a PIN, the YONO cash transaction number will arrive at your registered mobile number. The number will be valid only for 6 hours. 

  • Step 7: Now tap on the YONO Cash option at the ATM.

  • Step 8: Enter the YONO Cash transaction number sent to the registered mobile number & 6-digit PIN generated by you.

  • Step 9: After completion of the process, you can now collect the cash from ATM.  

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