FNB is known as one of the largest banks in South Africa and they have now extended their working hours for customers’ convenience. FNB has announced that 58 of its branches will now be open on Sundays while 202 branches will be extending their operating hours across the country.

Open on Sundays

According to the bank, the FNB trading hours for 159 branches will be from 08h00 – 17h30 (Monday – Friday) and 08h00 – 13h00 on Saturdays, with 58 branches out of this group operating on Sundays.

Another 43 branches will extend their working hours from 09h00 – 16h00 (Monday-Friday) and 08h00 – 13h00 on Saturdays. The branch at Wits University will now operate from 09:h00 – 16:00 but will be closed on Sundays, FNB said. As a start, the extended FNB trading hours and Sunday trading will be implemented only in Gauteng.

Limited Services

Notably, the branches that will operate on Sundays will not offer teller services. They will have staff on the ground to assist customers with their queries when using our digital platforms. Despite not having teller presence customers will still be able to conduct their banking as normal.

FNB offers various baking services and this includes opening business accounts, applying for credit, applying for home loans, and vehicle finance. You can also enjoy savings accounts, cheque accounts, and a variety of student loan options as well. With customers now being able to do their business during extended trading hours, it will be a great benefit for anyone looking to visit a branch.

FNB also offers additional services like the ability to purchase smart phones and tablets at discount rates. You can also log into your Internet banking and purchase prepaid electricity as well as prepaid airtime. These are just some of the services the FNB customers can enjoy.