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Old Feb 3rd, 2010, 11:24 AM   #1
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CIBC becomes first major Canadian bank to offer a Mobile Banking App for iPhone

CIBC announced its CIBC Mobile Banking App is available from the App Store, offering greater flexibility and choice for CIBC clients to bank on the go by becoming the first major bank in Canada to offer a mobile banking App for iPhone. The App gives CIBC clients the flexibility to use their iPhone or iPod touch to check account balances, transfer funds, pay bills and even send INTERAC Email Money Transfers.

“CIBC is proud to be the first major bank in Canada to offer our clients a Mobile Banking App to make banking with CIBC even more flexible on their iPhone,” said Sonia Baxendale, President CIBC Retail Markets. “Whether waiting for the bus, sitting in the bleachers at their child’s minor hockey game, or having a coffee at their local coffee shop, our clients can perform their day-to-day banking transactions conveniently and securely, anytime and from anywhere they can access the internet on their phones.”

The new Mobile Banking App also uses GPS technology in the iPhone to help clients find their nearest branch or ABM based on their current location.

“Our clients told us they want more flexibility to bank however and whenever they want and we’ve responded,” said Baxendale. “In addition to making day-to-day banking more flexible, clients can now use their iPhone to quickly find their nearest CIBC branch or ABM, a great tool when you are shopping, traveling, or looking for a branch across town or across the country.”

The CIBC Mobile Banking App is backed by CIBC’s award-winning Online Banking, named Canada’s “Best Consumer Internet Bank” by Global Finance magazine, and offers worry-free banking with the CIBC Online Security Guarantee. Additional enhancements to CIBC’s Mobile Banking offer will be announced in the coming months.

The CIBC Mobile Banking App is also available on the iPod Touch, which clients can use over a wi-fi connection. Clients can visit the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or go to iTunes Store for a free download of the CIBC Mobile Banking App. Once downloaded, users will be asked to provide their CIBC debit card or credit card number and Online Banking password.

To view an online demonstration of the new CIBC Mobile Banking iPhone App, visit cibc.com/mobile.

With the launch of the new iPhone app, CIBC provides its clients with among the most extensive choice for banking across Canada with more than 1,070 branches including 7-day a week branch banking, 3,800 ABMS, 24-hour access through telephone banking, and online banking through CIBC - For What Matters.

“We are making substantial investments so that our clients have the ultimate in banking choice and flexibility whether they are visiting a branch, using an ABM, using telephone banking, banking online or when they are on the go with mobile banking,” said Baxendale.
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Good on CIBC - this looks like a fantastic app.

Now, how about RBC follows suit?
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Now, how about RBC follows suit?
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And TD.
Email TD today and tell them if there isn't an iPhone app soon, you'll switch banks. That's what I'm doing.
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Just tried it out for my CIBC VISA. Very nice interface, though I'd prefer it if it kept you perpetually logged in. For those that aren't losing their phones, it would be handy.
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Just tried it out for my CIBC VISA. Very nice interface, though I'd prefer it if it kept you perpetually logged in. For those that aren't losing their phones, it would be handy.
I'd be glad it doesn't keep you logged in... No one MEANS to lose their phone (or have it stolen), and it can happen to anyone. Even if you are protected by insurance and your bank, it's still going to be a huge pain if someone empties your accounts.
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I'd be glad it doesn't keep you logged in... No one MEANS to lose their phone (or have it stolen), and it can happen to anyone. Even if you are protected by insurance and your bank, it's still going to be a huge pain if someone empties your accounts.
Well, some are more prone to losing things than others. At any rate, I'd take the convenience over the potential hassle.
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That's what the Find my iPhone's feature is for, and my phone locks automatically after 5 minutes or something anyway.

I'll e-mail TD later.
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Nice. And my bank too! I'm all over it.
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