The Jammu and Kashmir Bank launches mobile ATM.

Friday 3 December 2004 00:24 CET | News

The Jammu and Kashmir Bank launched its mobile ATM. The facility - first in North India and 5th in the country - was inaugurated by finance minister, Muzaffar Hussain Baig, at a function at corporate headquarters of the bank.

The mobile ATM, which shall roam around in Srinagar city in its first phase, is part of the commitment the Bank had made for convenience of customers. The facility shall be extended to the other districts in future. Earlier while commenting on the service, M Y Khan, chairman of the bank, said the vehicle loaded with an automated teller machine (ATM) with connectivity facility provided by the BSNL through GSM/GPRS technology would provide all such services as are available on other ATMs of the bank. Khan further said that the facility was an endorsement to the banks commitment to multi delivery channel and innovative banking services. Khan said another such facility would hit Jammu city soon. The mobile ATM van is also fitted with an audio-visual system which shall be displaying general information about various products and services to the public.

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