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Bank Of Utah
Mobile and Text Message Banking
Now you can manage your Bank of Utah accounts from your mobile phone!
Mobile Banking Use our Mobile Banking app on your smart phone to view account balances and recent transactions, transfer money between accounts, and find nearby branch and ATM locations.
Text Banking Don't have a smart phone? Text Banking allows you to receive current balance and recent transaction information instantly by text message. No log-in or Internet required!
How to Activate Your Mobile Phone
To register your phone for Mobile and Text Banking, follow these steps:
  1. Log in to your Internet banking account
  2. Go to the User Services tab. Under Manage Account, select Mobile Enrollment.
  3. Select your mobile carrier and enter your phone number (801-123-4567).
  4. A text message will be sent to your phone. Reply to this text message with the Activation Code displayed on your computer screen.
  5. You will receive another text message confirming your phone activation. To initiate Mobile Banking, click on the link provided in the text message. Enter the Activation Code again, as well as your mobile phone number. You may now continue to use our mobile banking application.
Phone requirements: Internet capability for Mobile Banking. SMS/text message capability for Text Banking. Text message and data rates may apply.
Text Banking commands
Once your phone has been activated (see steps above) text the following commands to the Bank of Utah short code: 96865
Function    
 Command
    Description
     
Balance B
Available balances for all accounts
     
History H
Recent transactions per account
     
Command C
Text Banking commands
     
Help HE
Help content for Text Banking
     
Login L
Bank of Utah Mobile Browser website
     
Stop S
De-activate Bank of Utah text services