6 responses

  1. j2j
    January 24, 2011

    Through RTGS / NEFT Fund Transfer which will cost as low as Rs. 5/- per transaction

  2. pankaj
    January 24, 2011

    thru RTGS/NEFT you can transfer

  3. rajesh
    January 24, 2011

    register for Third Party Transfer in your SBI a/c by visiting the bank and completing a form.

    They will activate your third party transfer facility in your net banking.

    While logging in your SBI net banking a/c itself you will find links like Third Party Transfer.

    Go to that link, it will ask for something like “Add Beneficiary”, add your name, a/c details of PNB a/c there … it will take 1 day to get activated.

    After that your PNB a/c details will be available in your Beneficiaries column.

    Then you can transfer funds from SBI a/c to PNB a/c.

    This method of transfer is normally known as NEFT/RGTS Transfer.
    I am not sure about the charges, I think there will be a minimum charge like Rs. 5 for every thousand.

    Just call up SBI customer care and find out if they are charging any fees.

  4. bhavik
    January 24, 2011

    Hi Rahit,

    NEFT is always better as RTGS is not viable rather has cost associated with it.

  5. N R
    January 24, 2011

    Use funds transfer in Net banking

  6. cabridog
    January 24, 2011

    if you have a PNB net banking service you can do so very easily. Just check about the same and get your transfer done.

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