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Advantages of Key's Mobile Banking
It's been estimated that there are more than 229 million wireless subscribers in the U.S. and more than 2.3 billion mobile subscribers around the world1. There was a time when we would never leave home without our purse or wallet. Now, the same is true for our cell phones.
To many, their cell phone is their lifeline. We connect with each other through calls or texts. We conduct business with them by syncing our schedules to our smartphones and checking important emails around the clock. And, increasingly, cell phones are helping us keep track of our finances with the help of mobile banking.
Key's Mobile Banking
Mobile Banking from KeyBank allows you to access your accounts anytime and anywhere over a secure connection. Our Mobile Banking is fast, convenient and can be done from your Blackberry®, Android®, iPhone®†, or smartphone. With this banking feature, you can make payments to existing payees, transfer funds from one KeyBank account to another, locate branches and ATMs, and check your account balances and transactions.
KeyBank offers this mobile banking service for no charge.* However, you must enroll in Online Banking before you can use Mobile Banking.
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†Available for smartphones (iPhone®, Android®, or BlackBerry®) or phones equipped with a supported mobile web browser.
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Android® is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.
iPhone® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple is not a participant in or sponsor of this promotion.
* Our service is free but there may be charges from your wireless carrier for Web access and/or text messages.