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FirstBank Launches Free Mobile Banking to Its Customers

In an effort to better service clients, FirstBank has launched free mobile banking to all account holders in the United States and British Virgin Islands. FirstBank’s mobile banking service will give clients instant connectivity to accounts anywhere, anytime using the browser on their mobile devices. Continuing to take a proactive leadership role in providing clients with the technology to meet their needs not only today but in the future, it is pleased to offer clients yet another delivery channel for accessing their account information.

Since the introduction of FirstBank’s Internet banking product nearly a decade ago, enhancements and additional features such as bill payer have been added. A commitment to providing clients access to the best the industry has to offer, is the driving force behind the recent mobile banking launch and all the other 24/7 channels available to its clients.
The bank has partnered with financial services technology company, First Data Corporation, to provide a convenient and secure way for clients to check account balances, view account history, transfer funds between accounts and make loan transfer payments, while on the go.
“We are excited to offer our client base yet another channel to monitor and use their accounts,” said Cassan Pancham, executive vice president. “We value our relationships with our clients and want to provide them with tools that make their lives easier in these increasingly busy times.”
Clients who already utilize FirstBank’s Internet Banking service, can go to www.firstbankvimoble.com immediately to enjoy anytime banking.
For more information or to enroll in Internet Banking, customers can stop by any FirstBank office or go to www.firstbankvi.com to sign-up for Internet/Mobile Banking.
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