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Did you know that you can login to FNB.mobi using your Online Banking username and password? ... M not trying 2be off the topic but.

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Display of a payment card logo by, for example, an online merchant does not ... www.fnbc.bank/mobi/index and using your personal identification number, to:.

5. Input your ID number. That must be the number of the ID you used to register for the account.

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5. Select your ID type NRC or any other.

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Here are the steps to follow if you want to sign in to your FNB internet banking account:

10. Now, click on “Continue” to proceed to the next step of your registration.

5 Figure I: A screenshot from the FNB application’s tablet interface of the ATM and Branch Locator function. 3.3 Awards And Achievments Noteably, this banking platform has earned First National Bank an array of nominations and accolades not only locally, but intercontinentally as well. These awards include: a) August 2012 MTN App of the Year Awards  Best iOS App (Consumer),  Best Android App (Consumer),  Best BlackBerry App,  Best Overall App in South Africa b) 2012 Minister’s Award for Overall Excellence by the Department of Technology c) 2012 Gold: Core Awards – Applications and Tools – Handheld/Phone Apps d) 2012 BAI- Finacle Global Banking Innovation Awards: World’s Most Innovative Bank of the Year

That is how you can sign in to your account online.

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19 8. Bibliography Agarwal, R., Rastogi, S. & Mehrotra, A., 2009. Customers' perspectives regarding e- banking in an emerging economy. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 16, pp.340-51. Alfreds, D., 2011. FNB Launches Mobile Banking App. [Online] Available at: http://www.fin24.com/Money/FNB-launches-mobile-banking-app-20110720-2 [Accessed 14 August 2014]. Brown, I., Cajee, Z., Davies, D. & Stroebel, S., 2003. Cell phone banking: predictors of adoption in South Africa- an exploratory study. International Journal of Information Management 23 (2003) 381–394, pp.381-94. Elhers, K., 2011. Review: New FNB App sets standard for mobile banking in SA. [Online] Available at: http://www.bandwidthblog.com/2011/07/26/review-new-fnb-app-sets-standard-for-mobile-banking-in-sa/ [Accessed 15 August 2014]. First National Bank, 2014. FNB Banking App For Smartphones. [Online] Available at: https://www.fnb.co.za/ways-to-bank/fnb-app.html [Accessed 14 August 2014]. IT NEWS AFRICA, 2014. IT NEWS AFRICA. [Online] Available at: http://www.itnewsafrica.com/2014/06/fnb-app-gets-new-features-facelift/ [Accessed 13 August 2014]. Jordaan, M., 2014. FNB Report to Society. Strategic. First National Bank. Moneysmart, 2012. The Most Tech-Savvy Bnaks in South Africa. [Online] Available at: https://moneysmart.co.za/community/2012/08/the-most-tech-savvy-banks-in-south-africa/ [Accessed 13 August 2014]. MyBroadband, 2013. Surprising FNB mobile device stats. [Online] (2014) Available at: http://mybroadband.co.za/news/gadgets/82391-surprising-fnb-mobile-device-stats.html [Accessed 13 August 2014]. Pousttchi, K. & Schurig, M., 2004. Assessment of Today’s Mobile Banking Applications From the View of Customer Requirements. Germany, 2004. IEEE. PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2013. Shaping the Bank of the Future: South African Banking Survey 2013. PricewaterhouseCoopers. Raleting, T. & Nel, J., 2010. Determinants of low-income non-users' attitiude towards WIG mobile phone banking: Evidence From South Africa. African Journal of Business Management, 5(1), pp.212-23. Roper, F., 2013. Tech Central. [Online] (2013) Available at: http://www.techcentral.co.za/fnb-opens-app-to-other-banks-clients/38284/ [Accessed 14 August 2014].

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ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any citations for this publication.Key PousttchiMartin SchurigMobile banking is a subset of electronic banking which underlies not only the determinants of the banking business but also the special conditions of mobile commerce. This paper analyzes customer needs and expectations from the mobile applications' view and from the banking view in order to derive a defined set of requirements. Based on these results, existing mobile banking applications are assessed. Their major shortcomings are explained, opportunities for their improvement are shown and the impact of upcoming new technology is discussed. The outcome of the paper is a defined set of customer requirements to mobile banking applications, the identification and assessment of four standard types of current mobile banking applications and an explanation of major failure reasons along with opportunities for their improvement.Determining factors affecting customer perception and attitude towards and satisfaction with e-banking is an essential part of a bank's strategy formulation process in an emerging economy like India. To gain this understanding in respect of Indian customers, the study was conducted on respondents taken from the northern part of India. The major findings depict that customers are influenced in their usage of e-banking services by the kind of account they hold, their age and profession, attach highest degree of usefulness to balance enquiry service among e-banking services, consider security & trust most important in affecting their satisfaction level and find slow transaction speed the most frequently faced problem while using e-banking.Tsietsi RaletingJacques NelThe slow adoption rate of mobile phone banking remains a dilemma for marketing managers globally. Previous studies on mobile phone banking adoption behavior lack investigation on low-income non-users' adoption behavior and adoption behavior with regard to a specific type of mobile phone banking application. Therefore, this study investigates the attitude formation of low-income non-users towards Wireless Internet Gateway (WIG) mobile phone banking. A non-probability sample of 465 low-income non-users was drawn. The results of the assessment of the structural model indicate that considering the total effects, ease of use and usefulness almost influence attitude with the equivalent strength. Other findings include that cost and ease of use influence usefulness of WIG mobile phone banking for low-income non-users, facilitating conditions and self-efficacy influence ease of use, and that the total effect of facilitating conditions on ease of use is relatively strong. Based on these findings practical suggestions are presented to enhance the adoption rate of WIG mobile phone banking in the low-income market segment. Irwin Thomas Joseph BrownZaheeda CajeeDouglas DaviesShaun StroebelCell phone usage has grown phenomenally in Africa, and particularly in South Africa where initial growth forecasts have been greatly exceeded. This technology therefore provides opportunities for services such as banking to reach critical mass. All major retail banks in South Africa provide cell phone banking, but very few customers actually use it. This study examines the factors that influence the adoption of cell phone banking in South Africa, as a means of understanding how to possibly increase the rate of adoption. A framework developed in Singapore identifying factors influencing the adoption of Internet banking was used as a basis, and amended to assess cell phone banking. Factors identified as influences included relative advantage, trialability, and consumer banking needs, with perceived risk having a major negative influence.South Africans and their cell phonesSouthafricawebSouthAfricaWeb, 2014. South Africans and their cell phones. [Online] Available at:

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