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Any Touch ID / fingerprint profile in mobile device will have access to Standard Chartered Mobile through touch login service.
The touch login feature will be disabled immediately when
There is any change to Touch ID / fingerprint profile (e.g. add or delete fingerprint) in mobile device
There is any change to your Online Banking Username and Password
Another user logs into mobile banking on the same device using a different set of Username and Password
Consecutive failure of fingerprint login attempts (6 times for iOS, 5 times for Android)
We are committed to help our clients manage their money safely on the go. Discover some of the measures you can take to safeguard your account information on your mobile phone.
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Standard Chartered Mobile Banking app is available in the App Store and Google Play.
Currently supported devices for touch login service: Apple iPhone 5s or higher, Apple iPad Mini 3, Mini 4, Air 2, iPad 3. Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus, S7, S7 Edge and Note 4, Note 5, Note Edge, Galaxy A8.
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