Access your account in the spare minutes of your day.

SMS Alert Service

An alternative to complement your quest for prompt access to your account details. With SMS Banking you can perform your financial transaction any time and anywhere by using SMS text.

SMS Banking Alert Service provide timely account info and to assist you in mitigating possible unauthorized transactions on your account, you can choose to receive timely alerts via SMS or email for your bank account and credit cards account movement. Through our Online Banking, you can also customize the frequency and the threshold amount of each alert type as well as choose to receive the notification via SMS or email.

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Please contact the Call Centre at 1595 or visit your nearest branch of Standard Chartered Bank (Thai) PCL.


    • How can I apply for SMS Banking Service?
      You can simply apply for our SMS Banking Service by logging into Online Banking and click 'Apply SMS Banking' or visit our branch or contact our Call Centre at 1595. Note: Our Call Centre could only help you with the registration of SMS Banking Alert Service.

    • Is there any fee or charges for using SMS Banking?
      The Bank does not charge you for SMS Banking registration or alerts. However, you will be charged for the reply on the pull service transaction that you performed.

    • What product or account can be used with SMS Banking service?
      If you have at least one Savings, Current, Standby Cash or Credit Card account, you can apply for SMS Banking service.

    • Does SMS Banking compatible for all types of Mobile Phone? Do I need to change SIM Card or Mobile Operator to use this service?
      All Mobile Phones that can send or receive SMS will be compatible with SMS Banking Service. You are not required to change your SIM Card or Mobile Operator to enjoy the convenience of this service.

    • If I have more than one Mobile Phone Number, can I use SMS Banking service from any mobile phone?
      For your security reason, you will be able to use your SMS Banking service from the mobile phone number that you have registered with the bank only. If you would like to change your mobile phone number, please contact our Call Centre at 1595.

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