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United National Mobile Banking

With the United National Bank Mobile Banking app, you can have convenient 24/7 access to your accounts almost anywhere. UNB mobile offers a simple and ...

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With the United National Bank Mobile Banking app, you can have convenient 24/7 access to your accounts almost anywhere. UNB mobile offers a simple and easy mobile banking experience to help you manage your accounts. To use the free app, you must first be a United National Bank Online Banking user and register for Mobile Usage from within your Online Banking account. Then you can download and launch the app to utilize features such as: Account Monitoring •Check account balances •View history and pending items •Review online activity Transactions •Transfer funds between accounts •Make loan payments Messages & alerts SECURITY United National Bank is committed to your security and protecting the privacy of your financial information. All Mobile Banking customers will have the same level of security as Online Banking customers. See our privacy policy at www.united-national.org. DISCLOSURES See our Online Banking Agreement and Electronic Funds Transfer Disclosure at www.united-national.org. UNB Mobile Banking is offered as a FREE service to United National Bank customers. You must have a web-enabled mobile device to use Mobile Banking. You may incur and are responsible for any charges assessed by your mobile service provider. For Customer Support, please call 1-800-522-0172. United National Bank is an Equal Housing Lender and Member FDIC

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Technical specifications

Version: 6.5.1

Size: 835.35 KB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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