Indian Bank launches mobile ATM to help public deal with Covid-19 crisis

Topics Coronavirus | Indian Bank

It has plans to cover five stops for 30-40 minutes each in a day between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The service is availlable in Chennai currently.
Indian Bank has launched a mobile ATM initiative to provide services to people at risk of travelling for withdrawal of cash.

A mobile van carrying ATM will be moving around Chennai city and will remain in each place for a specific period, since the outbreak and spread of the Coronavirus is disrupting normal and routine life, said bank officials.

Banking is an essential service during this crisis, because of which all the branches of Indian Bank are functioning to offer basic services to their customers, said the Bank.

Customers of Indian Bank and other banks can use the services of these ATMs.

It has plans to cover five stops for 30-40 minutes each in a day between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The service is availlable in Chennai currently.



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