State Bank of India (SBI) is planning to set up 383 internet banking kiosks at ATM centers located on railway stations across the country over the next couple of months.
“The internet banking services at these kiosks have been specially designed to provide e-ticket facility for railway travelers through IRCTC gateway,” said SBI Deputy Managing Director (IT) RP Sinha, while inaugurating the first such kiosk at Mumbai Central railway station ATM.
In addition to the ticket reservation facility, other internet banking facilities would also be there in the kiosk. The bank is also planning to open add 300 ATMs over the next few weeks thereby taking the total number of ATMs to 10,000.
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