Updated DNB mobile bank – simple and convenient to use2014 11 07
Smart phone users can now download the free DNB app, which will allow the bank’s clients to manage daily financial affairs when they need them and wherever they have a mobile connection. The first symbolic transfer was done by the DNB Bank president Bjørnar Lund on behalf of the bank to their long-time social partners – the public organization “Save the Children”.
Exclusive DNB mobile bank feature is the ease of operation. From now on, a user will be able to check account balances, transfer money using predefined payments or add money to an account after confirming his identity only once using a four-digit password, similar to a PIN code. Neither a password card nor a code generator will be needed.
Managing daily financial affairs will not only be simple, but also safe. Money remains secure in the account even after losing your phone, because DNB mobile bank “Predefined payment” function allows to make payments only by using transfer templates created in advance using online banking, so a transfer (up to 290 euros) is only possible to recipients selected by the client. Meanwhile, just like using DNB online banking, other local money transfers must be confirmed using a password generator, mobile signature, or the usual TAN code.
In addition, DNB mobile bank allows you to view the exchange rates, find the nearest ATM or a branch, call or send an inquiry by e-mail without any additional steps.
“Based on global experience and consumer behaviour research within Nordic countries, we wanted to provide our customers with the opportunity to use the financial services that they preferred to see on their smartphone and operating them would be easy and convenient” – says DNB Bank chief business development officer Tadas Sudnius.
DNB mobile bank will be constantly updated. However, in the future the focus will not be on the number of functions, but on the most important individual and corporate client requirements as well as intuitive and simple daily finance management.
The update to the mobile bank reflects the trend of DNB encouraging their customers to use modern banking tools to handle simple daily financial tasks – gradually dedicating an entire division of employees towards saving advice, loans or other complex issues.
DNB app was developed by Baltic Amadeus – the first private IT company in Lithuania and one of the largest IT companies in the Baltic states.
iPhone owners can download the DNB Bank app for free from the App Store while Android smartphone users can do the same in the Google Play store.
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