How Do I Check My FNB Account Balance Online?


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Are you wondering how to check your account balances or airtime, data and SMS balances using online banking? Here are some steps to guide you through it.

How To Check FNB Balance Without App

Checking your FNB account balance online via FNB online banking. 

How To Check Balance on FNB

STEP 1: Login to Online Banking using your username and password.

STEP 2: Select My Bank Accounts. Here you can view all account balances.

STEP 3: Select My SIM Cards. Here you can view all airtime, data, SMS balances

STEP 4: The My SIM Cards landing page will display all your FNB Connect SIM Card balances.

For more information visit www.fnb.co.za

Benefits of FNB Online Banking For A FNB Balance Check

Banking with FNB online of on the FNB app is a fast, easy and convenient way to transact from the comfort of your home, or on the move.

  • Lower your overhead fees
  • View detailed balances and transaction history
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Make payments (including once-off payments)
  • Add, edit or delete recipients
  • Send money with eWallet
  • Send and receive global payments
  • Buy Forex and get it delivered to you

We hope you have found this article on How To Check FNB Balance helpful.

 

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