The Standard Bank app gives you full visibility of your accounts and total control over your money. Its secure, simple and fast. Give it a try and tell us what you think.
Simple day-to-day banking
> Easy payments and transfers
> Buy airtime, data, SMS bundles and electricity
> Send cash vouchers to anyone with a cellphone
> Low-fuss international payments
Take control of your money
> Open a savings account online
> Edit your payment limits, stop cards, or order a new one
> Get stamped statements, bank letters and tax certificates
> Check your balances without signing in
> Submit and track building insurance claims
Everything in one place
> One view of all your Standard Bank accounts
> Manage your vehicle and home loans
> Get vehicle loan pre-approval
> Link your accounts to your share trading profile
> View your Stanlib investments
Note that the availability of some features may depend on the region where you live.
Your banking app will periodically be automatically updated to make sure you have the latest features and security enhancements.
Youll need some data to download the app for the first time, but data charges no longer apply when using the SA app itself. If you have a connection, you can do your banking!
Transactional features are available to Standard Bank accounts held in South Africa, Ghana, Uganda, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Lesotho, Malawi, Swaziland and Namibia. Keep in mind that some types of payments include transaction fees.
The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited is a licensed financial services provider in terms of the Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act; and is a registered credit provider in terms of the National Credit Act, registration number NCRCP15.
Stanbic Bank Botswana Limited is a Company (registration number: 1991/1343) incorporated in the Republic of Botswana and a registered commercial bank. Namibia: Standard Bank is a licensed banking institution in terms of the Banking Institutions Act, registration number 78/01799. Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited is regulated by the Bank of Uganda.