Denpasar (Armfalcon.com) – A number of banks in Bali are inviting customers to transact digitally in order to reduce the use of cash during the Eid holiday.
“Apart from using the BRIMo (application), customers can also make payment transactions at EDC machines,” said Head of BRI Bali and Nusa Tenggara Regional Offices Recky Plangiten in Denpasar, Wednesday.
They also have BRILink agents who provide banking transaction services such as transfers, cash deposits and withdrawals, payment of electricity bills, water, BPJS premiums, telephone, credit purchases, installment payments, electronic money top-ups, loan deposits and other transactions.
In the Bali and Nusa Tenggara regions, this state-owned bank has 734 automated teller machines (ATMs), 457 cash deposit and withdrawal machines (CRM), and 14,277 BRILink agents.
Even so, his party is still preparing cash needs with a total of IDR 1.2 trillion which is allocated one of them for ATM machines.
In line with Recky, Head of Regional Offices of Bank Mandiri Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Winardi Legowo, who invites customers to take advantage of the Livin’ application which is able to meet the needs of banking services including checking balances, paying monthly bills, automatically topping up e-wallets, withdrawing cash without a card, and fast payment by barcode, QRIS.
In fact, he continued, customers can also order train and plane tickets through the application.
“With the self-refill feature of electronic money in the application, it will be easier for customers who travel via toll roads because top-ups can be done anywhere and anytime,” he said.
Even so, his party has allocated IDR 675 billion in cash to meet the needs of one of the 323 ATM machines in Bali.
Meanwhile, to ensure reliability, his party has carried out maintenance of 14,423 card-based payment machines (EDC) carried out by third parties.
The infrastructure is spread across airports, terminals, seaports, shopping centers, hotels, tourist attractions to public refueling stations (SPBU).
“preventive maintenance That’s a routine check by the vendor,” added Winardi.
Meanwhile, another state-owned bank, namely BNI through its announcement at a number of branch offices in Bali, also encourages customers to access services through electronic channels through ATMs.
Then, banking services via short messages or SMS Banking, Mobile banking, internet banking, and services by telephone or phone banking for 24 hours every day.