× Business BUSINESS MOTORING SHIPPING & LOGISTICS DR PESA FINANCIAL STANDARD Digital News Videos Health & Science Lifestyle Opinion Education Columnists Moi Cabinets Arts & Culture Fact Check Podcasts E-Paper Lifestyle & Entertainment Nairobian Entertainment Eve Woman Travelog TV Stations KTN Home KTN News BTV KTN Farmers TV Radio Stations Radio Maisha Spice FM Vybez Radio Enterprise VAS E-Learning Digger Classified Jobs Games Crosswords Sudoku The Standard Group Corporate Contact Us Rate Card Vacancies DCX O.M Portal Corporate Email RMS

KCB upgrades its mobile banking application

By Standard Reporter | July 29th 2016

KCB's new application has enhanced mobile banking capabilities and guarantees safety. The new system allows users to access an array of services on their mobile phones.

The mobile banking application, the bank says, will have tighter security features as the lender deepens its digital banking agenda.

With the new look App, users are able to perform a wider array of transactions, ranging from paying utilities, transferring funds across accounts and banks and making e-commerce transactions among other capabilities.

Through the KCB App, users are able to make utility payments such as Water and Electricity payments, with bill reminders set to remind the customer when the bill is due. The KCB App allows users to make money transfers through KCB M-Pesa, SWIFT EFT and RTGS. Through the App, users are also able to pay school fees to over 2,000 schools across Kenya through ‘Lipa Karo’.

“The KCB App, as currently designed is set to revolutionise banking. We believe that technology-based platforms have the potential to significantly accelerate any financial service proposition and we have seen this happen before,” said Samuel Makome, KCB Group Chief Operating Officer.

Share this story
Capping lending rates disastrous for economy, banks say
Banks have staged a frantic fight to block the hugely popular move by Parliament to cap lending rates.
Survey: Why 40 pc of workers want to quit their jobs
More than half of 18 to 25 year-olds in the workforce are considering quitting their job. And they are not the only ones.