If you are facing any issue in receiving SBI net banking OTP via SMS in your mobile number then let me tell you, now you can also receive OTP over email. You just need to register your email id with your SBI account to get OTP via email.
One time password (high-security password) is mandatory in SBI net banking when you transfer money to any other bank account or access any banking services through net banking. Normally, SMS based OTP received on your registered mobile number to complete the transaction, however, if you wish to get OTP on your email ID then you can register an email-based OTP facility also and receive OTP on the mobile number and email ID.
Here is the step by step process – how to enable email OTP for SBI net banking.
SBI Net Banking OTP on email ID
The first step is, you need to register your email ID with your SBI account. You can register your email ID in SBI through online banking.
After registering an email ID with your SBI account now you can enable an email-based OTP facility for your net banking.
Step 1: Log in to SBI net banking account and click on My Accounts & Profile – Profile
In profile, you can see High-Security options, click and open it.
Next screen, select SMS and Email option in Mode of Authentication through OTP and submit. (As you can see the below screenshot)
Done! now you will receive OTP via SMS on your registered mobile number and your email ID.
If you wish to don’t want to receive OTP on email ID then select the SMS option only and submit.
Frequently Asked Questions
(1) How to get email OTP in SBI net banking?
Ans: You can receive SBI net banking OTP on the mobile number and email address (both). Just select SMS and email in Mode of authentication OTP by login to net banking.
(2) My mobile number is inactive, how to get SBI net banking OTP?
Ans: You can enable email-based OTP by login to net banking or activate the SBI Secure OTP application to get OTP online.