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BusinessToday.In
January 28, 2020
India Post latest news: Department of Post has asked its customers to replace existing magnetic ATM cards with EMV chips enabled ATMs. Here's for more


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 15, 2020
Under the new rules, banks will be able to issue credit and debit cards that can be used only at ATMs and with PoS devices. The choice of using the cards for contactless and international transactions will lie with the user


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 23, 2019
Almost 155 million debit cards reportedly went out of the market due to the migration from magnetic strip debit cards to EMV-based debit cards


BusinessToday.In
December 18, 2019
SBI is doing this under the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) directions make it mandatory for all Indian banks to switch to the globally accepted and safe EMV chip-enabled debit cards


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 10, 2019
SBI has said that it will not charge any fee from its customers for upgrading their debit cards before December 31


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 2, 2019
You can apply for the new cards on various channels including net banking, SBI's Yono App or directly from the home branch


BusinessToday.In
January 12, 2019
With the introduction of EMV chip cards, the ATMs have been upgraded too in order to make use of the upgraded security features of new debit cards.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 31, 2018
Once the December-31 deadline ends, all private as well as public banks, in line with the RBI mandate, will deactivate all magstripe credit and debit cards from January 1, 2019.


BusinessToday.In
December 30, 2018
The Reserve Bank of India has asked banks to ensure that their customers migrate to debit and credit cards with EMV chips by the end of this year.


BusinessToday.In
December 28, 2018
Following a mandate by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to phase out old magstripe cards, the biggest lender in India has asked its customers to upgrade to EMV chip cards by December 31, 2018.


BusinessToday.In
December 17, 2018
This development is in line with RBI guidelines to banks directing them to migrate entirely to debit and credit cards with EMV chips.


BusinessToday.In
December 16, 2018
Cards with the EMV chip, named so after its creators Europay, MasterCard and Visa, were introduced as a more secure means of payment.


BusinessToday.In
November 28, 2018
The EMV chips-based cards will replace the older magstripe cards, which only have a magnetic stripe at the back, as a more secure way of transacting digitally.


BusinessToday.In
November 27, 2018
As per RBI advisory, it is mandatory to register your mobile number by 30.11.2018 to avail internet banking services


BusinessToday.In
November 19, 2018
SBI has asked its customers to do this by the end of this month, failing which their internet banking access will be blocked


BusinessToday.In
October 31, 2018
The biggest public lender has taken this decision to reduce frauds at ATMs and promote digitisation through cashless transactions.


BusinessToday.In
August 24, 2018
The SBI advisory to its customers asking them to replace their cards is in line with the RBI directive that all magstripe cards will have to be exchanged with EMV chip cards by the end of this year.


BT Online
New Delhi, August 20, 2017
Some SBI account holders are receiving messages from the bank stating that their debit cards have been blocked permanently. The reason behind the blockade is that the bank has decided to replace Magstripe Debit Cards with EVM Chip debit cards for security reasons.


By Nidhi Singal
Delhi, July 9, 2016
Host card emulation is set to revolutionise the way we shop offline and online.


PTI
Mumbai, January 2, 2016
Last October, SBI had reduced its base rate by 40 basis points, from 9.70 per cent per to 9.30 per cent.


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