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Ways to Get an SBI Mini-statement?

It’s easy and quick to get an SBI mini statement. Customers can get it online or by visiting the bank depending on convenience. Before we go into the options available to get an SBI mini statement, let’s try to understand what a mini statement is.

Mini statement

A mini statement is a brief summary of recent transactions made on a bank account, most probably the last five to ten transactions. It typically includes details such as the account balance, the most recent deposits, withdrawals, and other account activities within a specified time period. It’s a convenient way for account holders to quickly review their recent financial activities without the need for a full account statement.

There are several ways to get an SBI mini statement. Let’s have a look at each way in a step-by-step procedure. 

Through Mobile Banking

  •  Download the “SBI YONO” app from the official app store for your device (e.g., Google Play Store for Android, App Store for iOS).
  • After installing the app, open and log in using your SBI YONO credentials. If you don’t have YONO credentials, you need to first register for the service.
  •  Once logged in, find the “Accounts” or “Banking” section within the app. This is typically the area where you can access various banking services.
  • Search for an option saying the “Mini Statement” or “Account Statement” option within the “Accounts” section. This option will allow you to view a summary of your recent transactions.
  • If you have multiple accounts with SBI, you may need to select the specific account for which you want to view the mini-statement.
  • Then, the app will display a summary of your recent transactions, including details such as the date, transaction type (debit/credit), and amount. You should be able to see the last few transactions in this view.
  • There will also be an option to save or share the mini statement.

Through Missed call service

This is one of the easiest options to get an SBI mini statement. All you need to do is give a missed call to the bank’s contact number. You can dial 09223866666 from your mobile number. After two rings, wait for the call to be disconnected by itself. Then, you will get an SMS containing all the detail of transactions made from your account. For this service, you need to register your mobile number with the bank. We will also cover in this article how to register a mobile number with the bank.

Through SMS banking

To get an SBI (State Bank of India) mini statement through SMS banking, you can use the “SBI Quick” service. This service allows you to request a mini statement by sending an SMS from your registered mobile number. 

  • Once your mobile number is registered with your SBI account, write an SMS, ‘MSTMT’ and send it to the designated number: 09223866666.
  • The SBI mini-statement containing the details of transactions for which time period you chooses will be sent to your registered mobile number.

Steps to register your mobile number with the bank

  • To register your mobile number, go to the SBI branch where you hold your account. It’s a must to bring your account passbook, an identity proof (such as Aadhar card, passport, or driver’s license), and a recent passport-size photograph.
  • Ask the bank and take a mobile number registration form. Fill out the form you’re your necessary details, including your current mobile number, full name, account number, and any other information required. Make sure that the details you fill are accurate because any discrepancy or error will reject your application.
  • Submit the completed registration form along with the required documents to the bank staff and then, they will verify your identity and review the form.
  • Afterwards, you’ll receive a confirmation from the bank. This might include an acknowledgment slip or an SMS to your registered mobile number confirming the update.
  • If the bank needs to update your KYC (Know Your Customer) details as part of the process, they will inform you of any additional requirements. 

To visit the bank, you ned to know SBI bank timings. These will help you plan your visit effectively.

On weekdays, that is from Monday to Friday, the bank opens at 9:00 am and closes at 3:30 pm. The second and fourth Saturdays are closed but the first, third and fifth Saturdays are open from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm. Sunday’s are generally closed. SBI has a lunch timing from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. However, these timings may vary from branch to branch according to the location of the branch. 

Through Internet Banking

  • Visit the SBI official website for internet banking ( and log in using your username and password. You will get these login credentials while registering for internet banking.
  • After you logged in, you’ll find an option like “Account Statement” or “Account Summary” on the home page or within the “Accounts” section.
  • If you have multiple accounts with SBI, choose the specific account for which you want to view the mini statement.
  • Usually, you’ll be able to choose the time period for which you want to view the account statement. For a mini statement, you might want to select a shorter duration, such as the last 5 or 10 transactions.
  • Then, the system will generate a summary of your recent transactions based on the time period you select. You will see details such as the date, transaction type (debit/credit), and amount for each transaction.
  • Click on the options to save or print it. 

To register for internet banking service, you can either visit the bank or do it online. Either way you need to fill out the application form. To register online, visit the official website and select ‘new user registration’ and follow the instructions thereafter. You need to upload your necessary documents and set your preferred ‘user id’ and ‘password’. To do it offline, visit your bank branch and ask for a registration form. Fill out with required information and submit it to the bank staff. After verifying, you will be registered for the service.

Through ATM

  • Find and visit a nearby SBI ATM and insert your SBI debit card into the card slot.
  • Enter your 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) on the ATM keypad. Do not disclose your ATM pin code to anyone to prevent any misusing. 
  • Once you’re logged in, select the option that says ‘mini statement’, It’s usually listed  with other options like ‘cash withdrawal’, ‘fast withdrawal’, ‘fund transfer’, etc.
  • If you have multiple accounts linked to your debit card, the ATM will ask you to select the account for which you want to receive the mini statement. 
  • Then, a printed summary of your recent transactions will be generated showing details such as the date, transaction type (debit/credit), and amount for each of the last few transactions.
  • The ATM will provide you with a printed receipt that contains the mini statement information.

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