HDFC Bank Netbanking to Be Closed on These Days: List of Services to Be Affected

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HDFC Bank Netbanking to Be Closed on These Days: List of Services to Be Affected

A maintenance plan has been issued by HDFC Bank once more, resulting in the temporary suspension of several important banking services. The bank will be modernizing its platforms on two different dates in June 2024, according to an official announcement posted on the HDFC Bank website.

HDFC Bank: Service Downtime on June 9th and 16th

HDFC Bank has once again announced a maintenance schedule, leading to the temporary unavailability of several key banking services. As per the official statement on the HDFC Bank website, the bank will be upgrading its platforms on two separate dates in June 2024. The first scheduled maintenance will take place on June 9th, 2024, from 3:30 am to 6:30 am IST, a duration of three hours. The second maintenance is set for June 16th, 2024, from 3:30 am to 7:30 am IST, extending for four hours. During these periods, several services will be unavailable to customers.

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List of Affected Services

The services impacted by this maintenance window include:

– Account-related services
– Deposits
– Fund transfers (IMPS, NEFT, RTGS)
– Account statement downloads
– External/merchant payment services
– Instant account opening
– UPI payments

These temporary disruptions are crucial for the bank to enhance its service quality and security measures.

Changes in UPI Alerts

In addition to the scheduled maintenance, HDFC Bank has informed customers of a significant change in its SMS alert system for UPI transactions. Starting June 25, 2024, SMS alerts for UPI transactions below Rs 100 will be discontinued. Customers will continue to receive notifications for all UPI transactions through the HDFC Bank app. However, SMS alerts will only be sent for UPI payments of Rs 100 or more, and for receiving Rs 500 or more via UPI. This update has been communicated to customers via email and SMS. The bank stated that the change aims to reduce the frequency of SMS alerts and enhance the user experience by relying more on app notifications.

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