As part of the Swaziland Building Society (SBS) 60th anniversary commemoration, the Society continues to ensure that customers to enjoy accessible and affordable innovative digital banking.
The Society, which turned 60 years on 11 May 2022, provides free access to cell phone banking services.
SBS Manager Marketing Veli Dlamini said customers could access these services by dialling *800#.
He said the Society would continue exploring more products and services to enhance its customers’ memorable banking experience through convenience and affordability.
“We are aware that at times convenience comes at a cost, but at the Society we want our customers to enjoy it for less,” he said.
Dlamini mentioned that cellphone banking services included ePocket (send or request money, cashout and purchase of prepaid services), purchasing of electricity units, water bill balance due check and payment, and buying Eswatini MTN and Eswatini Mobile airtime and data.
He further mentioned that services accessible from the platform were balance enquiries, mini statements, cellphone banking PIN change, MTN Mobile Money (MoMo) transfer to SBS account and cash withdrawal from MoMo account via ATM.
SBS has unveiled numerous innovative digital products in recent years. These include cellphone banking introduced in 2014, ATM cash deposits in 2020, Debit Cards and ePocket last year.
“We have embarked on a growth strategy meant to sustain the business. We thank our customers and the public for trusting our services,” said Dlamini.