Android Application of the Week – FNB
Quite a while ago FNB released an Android Application, it started out a bit buggy but has come a long way since then. It’s quite a handy application if you’re on the go. The only problem which seems to be the biggest complaint from most users is the lack of prepaid services, the FNB website is known for that amount of features including the prepaid services. To have that missing from the Android application is a problem. Also I’ve heard reports of it costing double to do transfers and payments using the application, but that’s the price you have to pay for convenience I guess. All round it’s a good application for the South African market and all FNB banking customers. It more reliable than using the mobi site, except that the mobi site has the prepaid services that I mentioned earlier.
A few of the features include:
- Making payments
- Check account balances
- Check transaction history
- Transfer money between your accounts
- Make free calls (subject to terms and conditions)
- Send and receive messages/SMS
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