Now under the new rule, customers will have to pay a separate fee after a certain limit for withdrawing money from the ATM. Now you will have to pay a charge of Rs 5 to 20 depending on SBI and non-SBI ATMs. If you withdraw more than the prescribed limit from SBI ATM, then you will have to pay a charge of up to Rs 10. At the same time, if you pay more than the prescribed limit from non-SBI ATMs, you will have to pay a charge of Rs 20.
Know the new rules
Now under the new rule one, for checking balance from SBI’s bank ATM, you will have to pay a charge of Rs 5 and for checking balance from other banks’ ATMs, you will have to pay Rs 8. But if you maintain a balance of more than Rs 1 lakh, then you will not have to pay any charge. On the other hand, on International Balance Transaction, you will have to pay 3.5 percent of the total transaction charge and Rs 100 extra. That is, under the new rule, SBI customers will get a big benefit. Now you will be able to use bank ATM comfortably, without paying any charge, but for this it will be mandatory to maintain 1 lakh rupees in your account.