Notice of changing SMS Banking Code

Dear Valued Customers,

Standard Chartered Bank (Vietnam) Ltd. would like to inform you that we will be changing SMS banking code for simpler usage. We will change SMS Banking code as below:

  • Current SMS Banking code 1900 545406
  • New SMS Banking code 8069

Example: For Account balance enquiry

Compose SMS content: BE_PinCode_Account's Shortcode
Send the message to 8069

This change will be effective for below services:

  • SMS Pull Services
  • Two-way SMS service (Register for promotion campaigns)

Implement time: 11:00PM – 11:59PM 23rd Jan 2016

Effective time: 0:00AM 24th Jan 2016

We are sorry for the inconvenience caused.

If you have any concerns or enquiries, please contact our Client Care Centre at (08) 3911 0000 or (04) 3696 0000.

Thank you for banking with us !

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