Additionally, homebuyers can avail 5 bps interest concession if they apply through Yono.
For car loan borrowers, it is offering the lowest interest rate starting from 7.5 per cent. They will also get 100 per cent on-road finance on select models.
SBI commands nearly 34 per cent market share in home loans and nearly 33 per cent in the auto loans segment.
The lender is providing gold loans at an interest rate of 7.5 per cent, with flexible repayment options for up to 36 months.
Customers can take personal loans at a lending rate as low as 9.6 per cent, it said.
With the economy recovering gradually, we hope to see a boost in consumer spends and at the same time ensure SBI's helping hand to all those in addressing their financial needs to have a pleasant festive season, the bank's managing director (retail and digital banking) C S Setty said in the release.
The bank said Yono is offering customers in-principal approval on the car and gold loan applications. Customers can also avail a pre-approved paperless personal loan on Yono at the comfort of their homes.
The number of SBI customers using internet banking facilities is about 76 million and mobile banking services stand a little more than 17 million. Yono, which has 26 million registered users, witnesses 5.5 million logins per day along with over 4,000 daily disbursals of personal loans, 16,000 Yono Krishi Agri Gold loans.
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