1. NB TRAVEL CARD

It is a prepaid card which can be loaded with Foreign Currency. NB Travel Card acts as a replacement to Cash & Travellers cheque.

To withdraw cash, you would need to insert your card into any Visa /Visa Plus / Master card ATM machine overseas and follow the instructions on screen. Enter your PIN and indicate the amount you want to withdraw in the local currency. The requisitioned cash will be dispensed in the local currency of the country you are in.

Yes. Certain charges are applicable as per bank’s policy.

The usage of your Travel Card should be in strict accordance with the regulations of Nepal Rastra Bank.

You can use the Travel Card in any country where VISA / MasterCard has acceptance. You can travel to any country and still transact in local currency. The transaction in local currency is processed after applying the cross currency charges, as applicable at the time of the transaction. Your card account will be debited in the equivalent of the base currency loaded by you.

You don't need an account relationship with NB Bank to purchase NB Travel Card. Simply walk into any NB Bank Branches to get this facility.

While purchasing NB Travel Card, You will have to submit a copy of the following documents to NB Bank’s Branches.

  1. Passport
  2. Visa
  3. Air Ticket

While Reloading Travel Card, it can be done as per NRB policy.

Yes, the NB Travel Card can be swiped directly for payments at Merchant establishments that accept VISA/VISA Electron/MasterCard.

2. NB VISA CARD

NB Visa Card is valid for 4 years.

We can use NB Visa Card in Nepal, India & Bhutan.

You can withdraw maximum Rs. 15000 at one instance and the withdrawal limit per day is Rs. 50,000.00 in Nepal. The transaction limit in India per day is India Rupees 15,000.00 & monthly Indian Rupees 1, 00,000.00

You have to contact the concerned bank in which your card has been stuck. They will do the necessary process.

NB Bank doesn’t charge anything if withdrawn from own ATM. If withdrawn from Himalayan Bank’s network, the charge will be Rs. 20 per transaction. If withdrawn from SCT network, the charge will be Rs. 35 per transaction. If withdrawn from Visa network, the charge will be Rs. 150 per transaction.

You should contact your nearest branches of NB Bank immediately if you lose your card. Bank will not be responsible if the transaction has been made in that period.

3. NB E-BANKING

Accountholder of NB Bank is eligible for NB E-banking.

  1. Balance Enquiry
  2. Online Statement
  3. Fund Transfer
  4. Third Party Transfer
  5. E Sewa
  6. Utility Payment

Maximum three attempts can be made for login of E-Banking.

The User will get disabled after three wrong login attempts. To reset the login account the customer needs to contact the Customer Service of the Respective Branch.

You can transfer maximum Rs. 10,000 per transaction with maximum 5 transactions per day.

Bank charge minimal amount on the use of E Banking.

4. NB MOBILE BANKING

Accountholder of NB Bank is eligible for NB Mobile Banking.

  1. Balance Enquiry
  2. Statement
  3. Fund Transfer
  4. Utility Payment
  5. Link with E Sewa

First, you need to be accountholder of the bank. After you request for NB Mobile Banking, you will have to download NB Mobile Banking Apps after the link is provided. From there onwards you will be ready to use NB Mobile Banking.

Bank charges minimal amount on the use of NB Mobile Banking.