ABL launches e-banking

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ABL launches e-banking

By Hudson Kazonta, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

The Azania Bank Limited (ABL) of Tanzania has introduced an internet banking facility which will enable the customers to perform selected banking services online.

In order to register for internet banking access, the customers of Azania bank need to have a valid email address, mobile phone with a registered mobile number and operating a bank account with any of ABL braches.

According to the bank, various steps must be followed to register, including agreeing with the bank’s officer on which username will be used to login to internet banking.

After registration, an email with the customer's agreed username and the initial password will be emailed to the customer’s registered email address.

This will be accompanied with a One Time Password which will be delivered to the customer’s mobile number as an SMS. And customer can use the one time to change password appropriately.

Once the registration has been completed, the customer can use internet banking to transfer funds and pay bills for registered services such as DSTV and DAWASCO. 



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