MIT Federal Credit Union – MIT FCU's FREE Mobile Banking Application – customized for Android.*

MIT Federal Credit Union

MIT FCU’s FREE Mobile Banking Application – customized for Android.*

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FEATURES OF MIT FEDERAL CREDIT UNION MOBILE BANKING:
• Review account balances and transactions
• Transfer funds between accounts
• Pay bills*
• Deposit checks
• View copies of cleared checks
• Locate surcharge-free ATMs and MITFCU branches

SAFE AND SECURE:
• MIT Federal Credit Union uses SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption to communicate securely through all mobile devices.
• You must be enrolled in Online Banking to use the app. Requires a United States phone number; otherwise please call MITFCU at 1-617-253-2845 or email mitfcu@mit.edu noting a convenient time to contact you for installation assistance. There is no charge from MITFCU to download the app, but messaging and data rates may apply.

*Must have Bill Pay setup previously in Online Banking.

Detail information and download apk file for your android phone: googleplaystoreapks.com/category/finance

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