How To Register For FNB Online Banking
As a financial institution, FNB provides personal, private, business, commercial and corporate banking services to millions of customers across South Africa.
No frills banking, getting the job done, anytime, anywhere, using the best in digital banking SA has to offer*. It's fast, safe and secure.
What you can do on the FNB app:
- View balances
- Buy prepaid airtime, SMS and data bundles
- Buy prepaid electricity
- Send money
- Pay your accounts
- Apply for loans
- Make payments (incl. once-off payments)
- Transfer money between accounts
- Place notice on your savings accounts
- View a List of Debit Orders
- Dispute Debit Orders
- Stop Debit Orders
- Make payments to Namibia, Swaziland and Lesotho
- Value added services
- Soccer 6
- Cellphone contracts
- Pay traffic fines
- Prepaid purchasing
- Airtime and data bundles
- Prepaid electricity
- Telkom prepaid
Register now via one of the following methods:
Dial *120*321# on your cellphone and accept the Ts & Cs
Using FNB Online Banking - login to www.fnb.co.za with your Online Banking username and password, and go to Settings
Apply at an ATM
Go to More Options or My Banking Options on the menu and select Register for Cellphone Banking
Apply at any FNB branch.
FNB Contact Details:
If you would like to get in contact with FNB, simply click here.
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