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    MOBILE WEB BANKING
MOBILE WEB BANKING
Visit from any web-enabled phone to access your Online Banking account*. To get started, follow the simple steps below. Message and data rates may apply.
  1. Log in to the online banking account using Online Banking
  2. Click “Options”
  3. Locate the Mobile Banking Profile section in Online Banking and click “Enroll Now”
  4. The Mobile Money Terms and Condition page will be displayed. Click “Accept” and “Continue”.
  5. The Account Selection and Configuration screen will be displayed
    • Select “Central Time Zone” in the drop down menu
    • Select the accounts that you want to access in the Eligible Accounts box
    • Enter the nickname you want to use to identify each account
    • Click “Continue”
  6. Enter your mobile phone number in the Your Mobile Device screen and click “Next”
  7. Select Mobile Web Banking in the Select Services screen and click “Next”
  8. A text message with an activation code is sent to your mobile phone
  9. Enter the code into the Activate Code field on the Enter Activation Code screen and click “Activate”
  10. You will receive a text message telling you that you have successfully activated the Mobile Web Banking.
  11. Bookmark the link for easy access
Important Details
  • To use Text Banking you must have an active Online Banking account.
  • Short code text messaging must be enabled on your mobile phone
  • Please review the list of . Your mobile phone must be on that list to use mobile banking.
 
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