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HDFC Net Banking

HDFC will permit just four free withdrawals and adding further will charge Rs. 150 along with cess and taxes. These charges are imposed on both accounts from 1st March. Earlier, Rs. 100 was charged on sixth cash withdrawals.
HDFC Bank offers a comprehensive range of transactions across multiple products through its NetBanking channel. All you need to do is just log in to NetBanking and carry out 135 + transactions from your home or office.

You can check your-

• Account Balance
• Book Fixed and Recurring Deposits
• Download A/c Statement up to 5 years
• Pay your Bills
• Request for a Demand Draft/ Chequebook
• Request Stop Payment of a Cheque/ Hotlist you Debit Card/ Credit Card
• View your Loan details
• Apply for IPO
• Request for Debit Card PIN Regeneration
• Recharge your Mobile/ DTH connection, and much more.

• You can log in to NetBanking using your Customer ID and PIN (password).

How to register for Net Banking?


• Enter your Customer ID and confirm your mobile number
• Input the OTP that you received on your mobile
• Select your Debit card option and input card details
• Set your IPIN
• Login to NetBanking using the newly set IPIN


Visit your nearest HDFC Bank ATM. Enter the HDFC Bank Debit Card number along with the ATM PIN. Now, select 'Other Option' from the main screen and then click 'NetBanking Registration' and confirm. The HDFC bank will courier the IPIN to your mailing address

Forgot your IPIN

Often people forget passwords in today’s online world. Remembering your NetBanking password or IPIN is a worry of the past but as of now instant IPIN facility helps you to reset. This instantly resets your NetBanking password and generates a new one, which you can start using right away. Hence, there will be no delays in accessing your account if you have lost the password.


• Just click on the link 'Forgot your IPIN and Re-generate IPIN
• Enter Customer ID and confirm the mobile number
• Input the OTP that you would have received on your phone
• Select Debit card option and Input the debit card details
• Set the New IPIN
• Login to NetBanking using the newly set IPIN

What is Third Party Transfer?

Third-Party Transfer (TPT) is a feature that helps you to transfer funds from your HDFC Bank account to another account, within the HDFC Bank or any other bank, anywhere in India. But you need to be separately registered for this service.