Andhra Bank Internet Banking process
For using online Internet Banking registration facility of Andhra Bank, a user should have a
- Valid Mobile number registered with bank account.
- Valid (Active) ATM/Debit Card of Andhra Bank.
Click on “Internet Banking” > “Retail Login”
Since Andhra Bank and Corporation Bank has been merged into Union Bank of India (w.e.f. 01-Apr-2020), on next page you will see the option of Net Banking links for all these 3 banks. Click on Andhra Bank internet banking link.
On next page (Internet Banking Login page), click on “Register for Internet Banking” link (just below the Login button) to proceed further.
Now on “Registration for Internet Banking” page, complete the following steps:
- Enter your Customer ID
- Select Access Type (Transaction Access or View Access) for Internet Banking. You can select “Transaction Access” option for both accounts enquiry and fund transfer facility and “View Access” option for accounts enquiry only.
Note: To confirm that you are having an active Debit Card of Andhra Bank and your Mobile number is registered with the Bank, Mobile Number and Active ATM/Debit Card option will be checked by default.
- Enter the Verification Code (as shown in the box) and click on “Continue”.
You will receive One Time Password (OTP) on your registered mobile number. Enter the OTP received on your registered Mobile number to proceed.
Note: You may also ask for validation of Debit Card credentials. Be ready with your Andhra Bank Debit card number, Expiry date and CVV number. CVV number is a 3-digit number printed on back side of your ATM/Debit card. It’s a good practice to not share your CVV number with anyone.
On successful validation of OTP and/or Debit card credentials, on the next screen you can set your Login password.
Login to Internet Banking by using User ID (your Customer ID) and Login Password you have just created.
For any help regarding registration for Internet Banking services, you may also call 1800 425 1515.
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