First National Bank of Kemp's mobile banking product allows you to access all of your banking information through your Internet enabled mobile device using our mobile web site--(www.fnbkemp.mobi)--or via one of our mobile apps for the iPhone® or AndroidTM platforms.
Both our mobile web and mobile apps are available to you at no cost1, however, you must already be an online banking customer to access the mobile solution. Click Here to Enroll Now!
With Mobile Banking you can do anything you could from your computer, but now from your Mobile device.
1) Enroll in Online Banking | Already enrolled, GREAT!, proceed to step #2.
2) Decide which method works best for you and sign-in using your existing USERID and PASSWORD.
Click Here for a Demo (The demo is for the "Mobile Browser" version only, however, the apps use the same concept.)
Mobile Banking utilizes the same security protocols in place today with Online Banking. Mobile Banking uses the same USERID and PASSWORD that you use for Online Banking. You will also be required to answer a "Challenge" question that you setup in order to access the Mobile Banking product. It is recommended for security purposes that you only download the iPhone® App from the iTunes Apps StoreSM or iPhone® App StoreSM, and the Android App from the Android Market.
1 Mobile Banking is provided by First National Bank of Kemp free of charge, however, you may be assessed fees from your mobile carrier depending on your service plan.
2 Mobile Banking allows you to make bill payments to payees that you have already setup using our Online Banking product. To add a new payee, you must login thru Online Banking and click on "Bill Pay," and add your payees using the Bill Pay product.
3 Mobile Banking allows you to tranfer funds between accounts held at First National Bank of Kemp. To transfer funds to another Financial Institution, you must either use "Bill Pay" or come to the bank to request a wire transfer.
4 Mobile Banking is a real-time product, however, there is a slight delay of only a few minutes between the time that transfers are made and the funds are available.