Midland Bank Limited (MDB) has made registration for ‘midland online’, its robust internet banking application, client driven. Now a days, customers are increasingly using digital banking solutions amidst the spread of COVID-19 infection. The Bank has made the sign-up process available in the customer’s hands which skips the need to visit the Branch.
Through this self-registration process, customers can avail ‘midland online’ by visiting https://ibanking.midlandbankbd.net with few simple steps that will require only few minutes.
With two-factor authentication via SMS verification and email, ‘midland online’ is equipped with the state-of-the-art security features to ensure safety and convenience. The service will greatly benefit the customers as most now prefer banking from home during the time of countrywide lockdown amidst Coronavirus outbreak.
Customers can make real-time fund transfer between Midland Bank and accounts at other Banks, pay credit card bills at Midland Bank and other Banks, make Utility bill payment and do mobile recharge payment. They can get real-time account balance and transaction enquiry, download account statement, make cheque book request, also open Fixed Deposit accounts. Fund transfer facility to bKash is also available through midland online.
Commenting during the launch of the service, Midland Bank’s Managing Director and CEO Md. Ahsan-uz Zaman said: “MDB has always been in the forefront of digital banking solutions. We believe digital banking is the future of banking as customers now want banking services from the comfort of their home on 24/7 basis.”
He added: “We believe the self registration of midland online will be of immense benefit to our valued customers during the Covid 19 pandemic as they will get their banking information in real time, pay bills and transfer funds and open Fixed Deposit and Monthly Scheme Deposit accounts from the safety of their home reducing health risks. We will continue to introduce more technology enabled innovative banking services to help our customers to make banking services available from anywhere at anytime”