Mobile Banking - Text Message Banking

FNB Mobile BankingUse text messaging, or SMS, to quickly access important account or location information:

  • check account balances
  • review recent account activity
  • find ATM and branch locations


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Enroll now in Mobile Banking, and choose one or more of our three easy mobile banking options for ultimate convenience:

  1. Log in to FNB-Online Banking from the FNB home page at; if you do not have an FNB-Online Banking account, you must first enroll in FNB-Online Banking.
  2. Select the prompt to “Enroll Now” in Mobile Banking. If you choose not to enroll immediately, you can do so at any time by selecting the Options tab within FNB-Online Banking and following the steps listed below.
  3. Review and accept the Terms and Conditions for Mobile Banking.
  4. Select the account or accounts you wish to access through Mobile Banking, and assign a nickname for each.
  5. Select how you prefer to access Mobile Banking: downloadable app, mobile browser and/or text messaging.
  6. Enter your mobile phone number to receive an activation code via text message.
  7. Use the activation code within 24 hours of receipt to register for Mobile Banking.
  8. Use the simple texting commands received by text message to begin using Mobile Banking.

Next step? Enjoy the flexibility and convenience of Mobile Banking with First National Bank! If you have any questions about the enrollment process or about our Mobile Banking service, please call our Customer Service Center at 1-800-555-5455.


Mobile Banking is available to FNB-Online Banking customers.
The downloadable app is free to download. Your mobile carrier may charge access fees depending upon your individual plan. Web access is needed to use the Mobile Banking app. Check with your carrier for specific fees and charges. Message and data rates may apply. Check with your carrier for details.
System availability and response time are subject to market conditions.