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What is a mobile banking short code?

Service: Mobile Banking | Updated: March 23rd, 2023


As a Mobile Text Banking user, you will use a special short code to communicate with the bank. Short codes, or an SMS short codes, are abbreviated telephone numbers, usually five or six digits long, that are used to send and receive text messages from mobile phones. They are often used for services such as television voting, ordering ring tones, charity donations, and mobile services. TXTFIB (898342) is First Interstate Bank's short code for communicating with you via Mobile Text Banking.

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