BOI reaches out to WFH customers in rural areas, starts mobile ATM in city
The New Indian Express|November 26, 2021
THE Bank of India (BOI) would cater to its regular customers and the population, at large, in remote parts of the State, said Monika Kalia, Executive Director of the bank, on Thursday. "Far-flung people are unable to access the banking services. As part of our outreach programme, we decided to reach out to the rural areas to make connectivity more sustainable. As many as 136 Business Correspondents (BCs) are added to rural regions,” she said.

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