Charges You Pay For State Bank Of India (SBI) Safe Deposit Locker Service
State Bank of India (SBI) offers locker or safe deposit services in select branches. SBI charges an annual fee towards, depending on the size of the locker and the location of the branch, according to the bank’s corporate website – sbi.co.in. SBI provides lockers, also known as ‘safe deposit lockers’, of eleven types, which are classified into four categories – small, medium, large and extra large. The annual rent – the annual fee charged by SBI for the locker service – ranges from Rs. 1,000 to Rs. 9,000, according to the SBI website.
Types of safe deposit lockers offered by SBIRead more ↓
SBI currently offers two sizes of safe deposit lockets in the small category; four in the medium category; three in the large category, and two in the extra large category, according to its website.
|A||Small||Urban and metro: Rs. 1,500 + GST; rural and semi-urban: Rs. 1,000 + GST|
|C||Medium||Urban and metro: Rs. 3,000 + GST; rural and semi-urban: Rs. 2,000 + GST|
|F||Large||Urban and metro:: Rs. 6,000 + GST; rural and semi-urban: Rs. 5,000 + GST|
|L||Extra large||Urban and metro: Rs. 9,000 + GST; rural and semi-urban: Rs. 7,000 + GST|
SBI charges you have to pay for using its safe deposit locker service
State Bank of India has classified its branches into four categories: rural, urban, metro and semi-urban.
For small lockers in urban as well as metro branches, the bank charges an annual fee of Rs. 1,500 plus GST. For the same sizes of lockers in rural and semi-urban branches, SBI charges a fee of Rs. 1,000 plus GST.
SBI charges a fee of Rs. 3,000 plus GST for medium-sized lockers in urban and metro branches. In rural and semi-urban branches, SBI charges Rs. 2,000 plus GST.
Safe deposit locker registration charges levied by SBI
SBI also charges a one-time registration fee from customers subscribing to the safe deposit locker service. SBI charges a fee of Rs. 500 plus GST for small or medium safe deposit lockers, and Rs. 1,000 plus GST for large or extra large lockers.
Source by ndtv..