Mobile Banking

Mobile Banking,

Mobile Banking Definition:

Mobile Banking refers to Mobile banking (mobile phone, tablet, etc.) is the implementation of financial transactions on mobile devices. These activities can be as simple as sending a customer or banking activity to a customer's cell phone, or as complex as paying a bill or sending money abroad. One of the advantages of mobile banking is the ability to make bank transactions anytime and anywhere. Disadvantages include security issues and limited functionality compared to personal or computer banking.

Literal Meanings of Mobile Banking


Meanings of Mobile:
  1. It can move or move freely or easily.

  2. With regard to cell phones, portable computers and similar technologies.

  3. You can move or want to move easily or freely between occupations, places of residence or social class.

  4. Decorative structure that floats freely in the air.

  5. Access to the Internet via smartphones or other mobile devices, primarily targeting the market sector.

  6. An industrial and port city on the south coast of Alabama with a population of 191,022 (2008 estimate). It is located at the end of Mobile Bay, the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico.

Sentences of Mobile
  1. He has a big problem with his weight and he is not very mobile

  2. Next generation cellular network

  3. An increasingly mobile and polarized society

  4. Colorful cell phones were picked up from the ceiling

Synonyms of Mobile

transplantable, versatile, flexible, able to move around, able to move, changing, ambulatory, fluid, adaptable, ambulant, adjustable, on the move, walking, moving


Meanings of Banking:
  1. Business management or services offered by a bank.

  2. Landfill or artificial bank.

  3. Use the second engine to add extra power to the train above.

Sentences of Banking
  1. With this account you are entitled to free banking services

  2. Four machines are used for banking in this class

Synonyms of Banking

budgetary, monetary, money, commercial, business, economic, fiscal, banking, accounting, pecuniary, investment