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M&T Bank Launches a New App for iPhone
PR Newswire
BUFFALO, N.Y.

BUFFALO, N.Y., Nov. 9, 2010 -- M&T Bank customers now have three ways to securely access their accounts using their mobile devices: Mobile Text Banking; Mobile Web Banking; and a brand new App for iPhone®.

The M&T Mobile Banking application for iPhone® is now available, at no charge, by clicking the App Store button on an Apple® mobile device and searching for "M&T."

"Over 80% of Americans have mobile phones and we keep our phones close by at all times – often even closer than our wallets," said Michael Shryne, senior vice president and manager of Alternative Banking at M&T Bank. "Banking with a mobile phone gives our customers convenient access to their bank at their fingertips, anytime, anywhere."

With the release of the iPhone® application, mobile phone users now have three different ways to bank on the go with M&T:

  • App for iPhone® allows customers to get started with a few basics, including an M&T Web Banking® account, an iTunes® account, and an iPhone®, iPod touch®, or iPad®. The app allows Web Banking services, including viewing account details, transferring money between linked M&T accounts and making payments on M&T loans. Users of the iPhone® and iPad® will also be able to easily find the nearest M&T branch or ATM using the GPS services on their mobile device. During the first 7 days of availability, M&T's application rose to the 5th most downloaded free finance application on the App Store.
  • Mobile Web Banking offers similar banking functions for most other mobile devices with web access, including BlackBerry®, Android™.  Customers can access their accounts by visiting www.mtb.com on their mobile browser and view account details, transfer money between linked M&T accounts and make payments on M&T loans.  
  • Mobile Text Banking allows customers to check account balances, view recent transactions, and find nearby ATMs and branches using the text messaging feature on any mobile phone.  Users send a short text message to MandT (62638) and, within seconds, receive a text message with the information they requested.  The service is free for M&T Web Banking® customers, although standard text messaging rates will apply.  Customers can log on to M&T Web Banking to enroll.
 

For more information, visit mtb.com/mobile.

M&T Bank Corporation, founded in 1856, is one of the top 20 commercial bank holding companies in the nation, with more than $68 billion in assets and more than 725 retail and commercial branch offices in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington D.C. and Ontario, Canada.

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