HDFC Bank offers you a comprehensive range of transactions across multiple products through its NetBanking channel. So just log in to NetBanking and conduct 200+ transactions from the comfort of your home or office.
You can check your Account Balance, book Fixed and Recurring Deposits, Download A/c Statement up to 5 years, pay your Bills, Recharge your Mobile/ DTH connection, and much more in a secure environment.
You can log in to NetBanking using your Customer ID/User ID and IPIN (NetBanking Password).
You can choose your own User ID and personalise your NetBanking login. This makes NetBanking access easy.
Click here to know more about Personalised User ID.
Experience Convenience ... Choose NetBanking!
Manage your account conveniently through the Internet.
NetBanking is an incredibly convenient and powerful tool, letting you do everything you want with your accounts at the click of a mouse.
It is Real Time, giving you up-to-the-second details on your account.
All you need to do is Log in using your Customer ID and IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account. (NetBanking password).
Your Customer ID is mentioned on your account statement/ account welcome letter/ chequebook. (Current account / HUF customers can obtain this from the branch). You can re-generate your IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account. online in 3 easy steps.
Some of the transactions you can do through NetBanking are:
These are just some of the 200+ transactions you can do through NetBanking. To view the complete list click here.
See our NetBanking Demo to learn more.
HDFC Bank's NetBanking service is secure. Using industry-standard technologies and infrastructures, our service gives you peace of mind.
NetBanking Regsitration is given by default to all HDFC Bank Customers. In case you are not registered for NetBanking, it is quick & easy.
The many ways through which you can register are:
Login to NetBanking using the newly set IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account.
NR Customer with International Mobile Numbers registered with the bank need to click here.
Click here to know more about OTPOTP is a One time password that is valid for only one specific transaction
Click here to Register Online.
There are no charges for NetBanking registration request
You can instantly reset your NetBanking password (IPIN) by following the below steps:
For any further questions click here
To reset your NetBanking password (IPIN), click here
What is Third Party Transfer?
Third-Party Transfer (TPT) is a feature you can use to transfer funds from your HDFC Bank account to another account (called the beneficiary), within HDFC Bank or any other bank, anywhere in India.
You need to be separately registered for this service.
Which transactions are covered under Third party transfer?
Third Party transfer includes all transactions where funds are transferred from one account to another, within or outside the Bank.
You can conduct a Third Party Transfer from your account to other Bank accounts using:
Third Party Transfer Registration
You need to register for Third Party Transfer. Resident Customers and NR Customers with Domestic Mobile Number registered with the bank, can Register for Third Party Transfer online by following the below steps:
Resident Senior citizens would have to give a request at branch for TPT registration
NR Customer with International Mobile Numbers registered with the bank need to click here to Register for Third Party Transfer online
Alternatively, you can also fill up a TPT application form and submit it to the nearest HDFC Bank Branch along with an original photo ID proof and a self-attested copy of it. If the form is in order, we will activate the TPT facility within 4 working days from the day we receive your request NRI Customers unable to visit the branch, can submit the TPT registration form along with self attested Photo ID Proof.
Add a Beneficiary
To transfer funds to TPT Accounts, you need to add a beneficiary. Doing that is simple, just follow these steps:
Third Party Transfer Limits
Default limit for Third Party Transfer ( TPT ) is Rs. 2,00,000/- per Customer ID per day. This amount can be transferred in parts or in lump sum.
Customer has the option to modify this limit and increase it online or offline. In order to do the increase limit online, you need to authenticate via Debit Card details and One Time Password (OTP) sent on your registered mobile number (For NR customers with local mobile number) OR One Time Password (OTP ) sent on your registered mobile number and email id (For NR customers with international mobile number) . In case you are not able to do it online ,you need to submit the TPT limit increase form at the branch. This form needs to be accompanied with a self attested photo ID proof along with original ID proof for verification. Maximum limit capped for TPT is Rs. 25,00,000/- per Customer ID per day.
NRI Customers unable to visit the branch, can submit the TPT limit increase form along with self attested Photo ID Proof.
The TPT limit can be reduced to upto Rs. 10,000, online.
NEFT/ RTGSIt stands for Real Time Gross Settlement. It means that funds transfers happen immediately, in real time. Instructions are processed at the time they are received rather than later. 'Gross Settlement' means the settlement of funds transfers occur on an instruction by instruction basis. This is considering that the funds settlement take place in the books of the Reserve Bank of India, the payments are final and irrevocable. transactions on NetBanking/ MobileBanking are free.
HDFC Bank has implemented an extra security solution for its customers - Secure Access
Secure Access is an additional layer of security that is essentially a solution protecting your account from hackers and fraudsters. Secure Access requires a one-time registration effort from your side.
All Third Party Transactions are covered under Secure Access
Let us take you through the steps involved in Secure Access and how it serves to protect your account
For more queries, click here
To register for Secure Access you will need to:
Click here to view Secure Access demo.
What is Secure Access?
Secure Access is an additional layer of security that is essentially a solution protecting your account from hackers and fraudsters. The primary aim of the service is to monitor your important NetBanking transactions covered under Secure Access, with an aim to block/ report any deviant transactions.
What transactions are covered under the TPT facility?
Currently following transactions are covered under Secure Access:
Do I have to register for the Secure Access on a Compulsory Basis
Yes, in order to perform your Third Party Transfer or Online Shopping transactions, registration for Secure Access is Compulsory.
Can I register for Secure Access service through the Branch / PhoneBanking/ ATM or any other mode?
No, in order to register for Secure Access Service, you need to register for this service through an on line medium only (post logging into NetBanking)
Will my Customer ID or NetBanking Password (IPIN) change?
No, your Customer ID and IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account. will not change and will remain the same as they were.
Is there a change in how I Log in to my NetBanking Page?
Yes, going forward, your login process for HDFC Bank's NetBanking will be a two step process with Secure Access image and text verfication.
Is Secure Access facility free of cost?
Yes, at the moment, Secure Access is a free of cost service for all NetBanking customers.
Secure Access - Registration Process and How does it work?
Secure Access works on the basic principle about you remembering / logging on to your correct NetBanking site. The Secure Access registration process covers the following three steps.
You will have to select your registered mobile number and authenticate the transaction by inputting the OTPOTP is a One time password that is valid for only one specific transaction sent on your registered mobile number.
How does selecting the Picture and the Message help you identify the correct HDFC Bank's NetBanking site?
When you log on to NetBanking site and if you are a Secure Access registered customer, on the Password page, you should be able to see your Picture and the Phrase that you selected when you enrolled for Secure Access for the first time or as per your last modification, in case you are not able to see the same, this would mean you are not on the correct NetBanking site and you should not progress forward.
Is it compulsory to answer all the five questions?
Can I upload my own picture as a Secure Access Image?
No, you have to select the picture from the given categories on registration screen.
Can I use special characters in Secure Access Phrase?
No, Special Characters can not be used in the Phrase that you choose to select for this service.
What if my NetBanking connection fails or there is a sudden disruption in service ?
In case you are registering for the Secure Access service and the connection fails mid-way then you will have to restart the registration process once again.
Will I be asked questions every time I do a transaction?
No, you will not be asked questions every time you do a transaction, depending on the nature of the transaction and a host of other variables, the system may ask you questions. Please do note that there is no human intervention involved here and the system will ask you questions based on a set of algorithms
How do I change my Secure Access Image and Challenge Questions/Answers?
To modify the details updated by you for Secure Access, please login to NetBanking and click on the Third Party Transfer tab:
To Reset the questions and answers:
To change the Image and Message:
What if my Secure Access ID gets locked?
The Secure Access service rights will only get locked post the incorrect answers to the questions or not being able to answer. In such a scenario, login to NetBanking and click on "Modify Secure Access Profile" and complete the steps, you need to authenticate the transaction by inputting your Debit Card details and the OTPOTP is a One time password that is valid for only one specific transaction sent on your registered mobile number. Alternatively you can also call up PhoneBanking or visit the Branch and provide a written request for the same. Post your correct verification of the details, the Bank will unlock your Secure Access rights as well.
Why do I need to set up challenge questions?
Challenge questions will be used to authenticate high risk transactions as an additional layer of security.
What If I forget the answers to the questions?
Since the answers to the challenge questions are set by yourself as a customer, the chances are very less likely that you may forget the same.
However, if you forget the answers to the same please log in to Net Banking and click Third Party Transfer/ Accounts tab
You can modify the questions through an option Modify Secure Access Profile, and complete the steps, you need to authenticate the transaction by inputting your Debit Card details and the OTPOTP is a One time password that is valid for only one specific transaction sent on your registered mobile number.
Now you can buy Life / General Insurance plans conveniently through NetBanking
Choose from a wide range of life insurance products from HDFC Standard Life Insurance Company Ltd., Tata AIA Life Insurance Company Ltd. and Aditya Birla Sun Life Insurance Company Ltd. as per your need and requirements. You can now ensure a financially secured future for yourself and your loved ones through Protection, Savings & Investment, Health, Children’s plans and Retirement solutions on NetBanking
Also Renew your existing HDFC Life policy through NetBanking.
You can now secure yourself, your family and your assets from the comfort of your home or office.
You can avail Motor, Health, Travel, Critical Illness, Home, Two Wheeler and Personal Accident Insurance through HDFC Bank NetBanking in 3 easy steps & get your policy copy instantly. You can also avail 3 & 12 month EMI facility to pay your premium.
Purchase Life / General Insurance in 3 simple steps through NetBanking
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Also Renew your existing HDFC Ergo policy through NetBanking.
HDFC Bank's ‘Keyboard’ has three variations, thus giving customers that many more options to use the application.
Virtual Keyboard is an online application, which gives an option for customers to input their NetBanking Passwords (IPINs) with the help of a mouse. There is no need to use the physical keyboard in order to input the IPINs.
How to Use the Virtual Keyboard?
Below are the steps on how to use the Virtual Keyboard:
Advantage of a Virtual Keyboard?
The Virtual Keyboard is designed to protect the customer from malicious "Spy Ware" and "Trojan Programs" designed to steal IPINs. The Virtual Keyboard reduces that risk.
Is inputting of a NetBanking IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account. through a Virtual Keyboard compulsory?
No, this is not a compulsory step. A customer can still continue to use / input his IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account. through the physical keyboard.
Scrambled Keyboard is an application that is both virtual and dynamic in nature. The position of characters on the keyboard changes every time a character is inputted through the Virtual Keyboard.
How to Use the Scrambled Keyboard?
Below are the steps on how to use the Scrambled Keyboard:
Can the Scrambled Keyboard and "Mouseover/ Hovering" applications be used together?
Yes, both the applications can be used together. In order to use the same, one needs to first
1. Click on the ‘Virtual Keyboard’ option followed by
2. Clicking on ‘Scrambled Key’ option and then on the ‘Mouseover’ option
Hovering Keyboard is a new innovation, which helps you enter your IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account. by just pointing your mouse on the relevant character. This is also called as "Mouseover".
How to use the Hovering Keyboard ?
Below are the steps on how to use the Hovering Keyboard:
In case you have forgotten your password you can re-generate it using our Instant IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account. facility online.
We will need a written instruction from you to block your IPINIt is an Internet Password that the customer can choose to access NetBanking. It is a confidential password for the security of their account.. Alternatively, you can contact our PhoneBanking Services.
You can perform a range of financial and non-financial transactions through NetBanking. Some of the transactions are:
To view the complete list click here
You can instantly reset your NetBanking password (IPIN) by following the below steps:
To reset your NetBanking password (IPIN), click here
NetBanking Registration / Re-Generation Request through HDFC Bank ATMs:
You can call PhoneBanking if you have a Telephone Identification Number (TIN)
Download the e-Age Banking form (below), complete it and submit it at the nearest HDFC Bank branch.
You should log out from NetBanking when leaving your PC