We often come across a situation where we need to change our primary contact details at the bank. Mobile number is one of the primary contact details and it is required for the majority of the banking operations. It is required for receiving any update or information from the bank. Apart from it, for internet banking, this is the utmost requirement. Thus it is very important to update the latest registered mobile number at the bank. The changing of the registered mobile number isn’t that hassle. All you have to do is to write a letter to the bank manager asking him to change the mobile number registered with the bank. However, you need to provide all the details required for changing the registered mobile number.
Here is how you can write a letter to the bank manager for the changing the registered mobile number.
The letter must be addressed to the bank manager. The bank name, branch name and the full address of the branch must be provided.
The address and the name of the sender must be mentioned just below it.
The date is the date of writing the letter.
The subject should be self-explanatory always and must brief the content of the letter. As the letter is about changing the registered mobile number with the bank, then the subject must contain the information and the new registered mobile number. The Bank Manager must have the idea about the application letter just by looking at the subject.
The body of the letter explains the issue that you are trying to convey. This should first establish your identity and relationship with the bank and the branch. It should then contain the issue and the new mobile number that has to be registered with the bank. You must authorize the bank to change the registered mobile address for all the purposes as well. Make sure that the registered mobile number is active and is connected to your Aadhaar. You must mention that required details are attached and should provide them as well.
Thank the manager before the closure of the application letter for changing the registered mobile number.
Close the letter by writing the name of the applicant.
You must ensure that the mobile number is in use and should be linked to your Aadhaar.
Here is the format of the letter for changing the registered mobile number.
The Bank Manager
123 Road, MNP Area
234 Road, ABC Area
Subject: Change of Registered Mobile Number to XXXXXXXXXXX
I am ABC, holding Salary Account in your branch with Account Number – XXXXXXXX, a resident of 234 Road, ABC Area, XYZ City, since 2013. I have recently changed my Mobile Number and I would like to update the Registered Mobile Number at the bank.
I hereby authorize the bank to change the registered mobile number for the Account – XXXXXXXX for all purposes of Internet Banking, Bank Communication and Mobile Banking. For any further query, I can be contacted at my alternate mobile number – XXXXXXXXX and email address of firstname.lastname@example.org.