ICICI Bank Introduces Android Application iMobile

By February 2nd, 2011 AT 2:51 PM

ICICI Bank Introduces Android Application iMobileICICI Bank, one of the leading private banks in India has introduced its much awaited mobile banking service known as ICICI Bank iMobile service on Android.

Using iMobile one can book movie tickets, transfer funds, recharge your prepaid mobile, pay bills on the move.The android version of  iMobile has newer features, smarter interface, quicker navigation and enhanced functionality.The next generation iMobile is your key to a faster, easier and simplified banking service.

iMobile offers a range of services in a simple consolidated menu. Now you can make banking transactions like funds transfer, bill payment, balance enquiry, locate a branch, view your last 5 transactions and much more.

Using GPRS enabled mobile handset or through SMS, iMobile helps you to connect directly to your bank account. This rich client based application needs to be installed on your mobile thereby enabling a single click access to your account.

Benefits of using iMobile:

* Secure access to your bank accounts anytime, anywhere

* Convenient menu based features designed for easy access

* Enjoy financial transactions worth Rs 50,000 per day for funds transfer to any account, bill payment and prepaid mobile recharge

Services available with iMobile:

* Payment of utility bills and credit card bills

* Transfer of funds to any bank account

* Payment of insurance premium

* Placement of service request such us ordering of cheque books, bank account statements, cheque status and balance enquiry

* Book movie tickets and recharge your pre-paid mobile

Note : To avail this service, you have to first register your mobile phone number with ICICI Bank.

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