APGVB stands for Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank. APGVB is sponsored by the SBI. In this post, readers will find APGVB’s missed call balance enquiry number.
Here, I’ve covered the following details – Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank’s missed call balance enquiry number, the registration process and further details about the bank’s core services. Let us talk about the banking services now. APGVB offers the following banking products, services and solutions –
- Deposit products (current account, savings account, term deposits, recurring deposit account etc)
- Loans (housing, vehicle, educational, agriculture, business etc)
- Locker facility
- ATM facility
- PoS machines facility
- NRI services
- And more…
In short, the bank caters to the needs of individuals, businesses and NRIs. For a modern banking experience, the bank offers the following technology-based services – mobile banking and internet banking.
Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank Missed Call Balance Enquiry Number
The missed call balance alert number is – 9289222024. In order to use the missed call alert service, your mobile number must be registered with the bank. In other words, your mobile number must be linked to your bank account. Follow these steps to link it –
How to register?
If your mobile number is already registered with the bank, there is no need to register for missed call banking service separately. If your number is not registered yet, simply follow these steps –
- Visit the home branch of APGVB
- Obtain the KYC form
- Enter your mobile number on the form and update the details
- The mobile number will be added/linked after verification
How to check account balance by giving a missed call?
Dial 9289222024 from your registered mobile number. After ringing for 2-3 times, the call will get disconnected automatically. You will receive SMS alerts shortly from the bank. The SMS will show details about your latest account balance.
I am Vishnu Nambiar a career and educational blogger from India. I am also a full time educational consultant having more than 12 years of experience in the educational sector.
I share articles related to courses, colleges, careers, exam tips and more here.