I received an exclusive invitation of uMobile Private Launch last June 9 through email from UnionBank. I immediately signed up though at that time it was not confirmed if I’ll be chosen as one of their partners in pioneering the new service. And this morning I received another email from them confirming that I was chosen to exclusively use the newest mobile banking uMobile!
I’ve been using EON UnionBank since I started blogging three years ago. I love their service except that they don’t have a physical bank in our area. But since its service is available online, then I can check my account online.
With the new mobile banking, I believe this is of great help since I’m not 24/7 online. I can now access my account anytime, anywhere. Plus I can even load my mobile phone through this service.
Here’s some facts about uMobile.
What is uMobile?
uMobile is UnionBank’s newest mobile banking facility that allows you to do secure and seamless banking transactions through the convenience of your mobile phone. This can be done through mobile application that can be easily downloaded to your phone. uMobile works for all network providers (Globe, Smart, Sun Cellular, etc.) and for Java enabled mobile phones. uMobile’s transactions are processed via SMS. No GPRS required!
With UMobile, you can now:
ü Inquire for your balance! No need to go to an ATM, bank or a computer to check your money. You can easily access your account anytime, anywhere through your mobile phone.
ü Transfer funds! Deposit slips are a thing of the past! You can now quickly transfer funds to any of your UnionBank accounts or other UnionBank accounts.
ü Pay your bills! No need to wait in long lines in payment centers because with UMobile you can pay your bills anytime, anywhere. No enrollment required for all available billers.
ü Buy Load! Stay connected to your loved ones by being able to buy prepaid load from any network through your UMobile.
ü Call and Text UnionBank! UMobile provides customer support via your mobile phone. Talk to us, we’re listening to you.