State Bank of India launched its first ever “Talking ATM” in New Delhi

State Bank of India (SBI) launched its first ever “Talking ATM” in New Delhi, plans to roll out 4,000 Talking ATM in next two years for visually impaired.

State Bank of India, India’s largest Public Sector Bank, launched its first ever Talking ATM at the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus in New Delhi. The bank intends to roll out 4,000 Talking Automated Teller Machines (ATM) in next two years to cater to the needs of visually challenged people in the country.

The specially designed Automated Teller Machine (ATM) which can be operated independently by a visually impaired person, know as ‘Talking ATM’ that would allow visually and physically challenged people to access banking facilities at the machine, without having to visit the branches.

State Bank of India (SBI) is the second bank after Union Bank of India to install an ATM that catered to physically and visually challenged people.

To Know More about Talking ATMs, Please read Talking ATM in India – Important Points.


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