“We are experiencing some issues on the MobileBanking App. We are looking into this on priority and will update shortly. Customers are requested to please use NetBanking to complete their transaction. Regret the inconvenience caused,” HDFC Bank tweeted on Tuesday.
We are experiencing some issues on the MobileBanking App. We are looking into this on priority and will update shor… https://t.co/dv9xpkYK98
— HDFC Bank News (@HDFCBankNews) 1623740183000
However, the lender’s mobile banking application started functioning after an hour-long outage.
“Please note the issues around mobile banking app is now resolved. Customers can now use NetBanking and mobile banking app for transactions. We regret the inconvenience and thank you for your patience,” HDFC Bank stated in another tweet.
Please note the issues around mobile banking app is now resolved. Customers can now use NetBanking and mobile banki… https://t.co/wBj04IoZ9Y
— HDFC Bank News (@HDFCBankNews) 1623744531000
The latest glitch comes at a time when the lender’s IT infrastructure is already under the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) audit after a series of technical problems reported.
HDFC Bank is expected to get back to the banking regulator on how it has addressed recurrent issues on its digital banking platform.
In February, RBI appointed an external firm to conduct a special audit of its entire information technology (IT) infrastructure.
In December 2020, the RBI had barred HDFC Bank from new digital launches and issuance of fresh credit cards until it addressed its digital issues.
The RBI had also asked the bank’s board to identify lapses and fix accountability. The RBI’s directive came after a prolonged outage of digital services following a power outage at the bank’s primary data centre.