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Mobile Banking

Get free access to your account wherever you are with Centennial Bank’s Mobile Banking. Some restrictions may apply; see your banker for details.

Service Features

  • Pay bills, cancel scheduled payments, or review payment
  • Deposit checks on-the-go with Mobile Deposit (some restrictions apply)
  • Check your account balances
  • Transfer funds between eligible accounts
  • View recent transactions
  • Find the nearest Centennial Bank location or ATM
  • Setup and receive text alerts
  • Text  Banking* (SMS) *Messaging and data rates may apply from your wireless carrier

  Service Benefits

  • Convenience – Manage your accounts in the palm of your hand. Bank anywhere, at any time!
  • Control – It’s easy to monitor your account(s) and quickly move money, pay bills or even cancel a payment
  • Security – Enjoy a high level of protection against account fraud

Options for Mobile Banking

  • Downloadable App
  • Text Banking
  • Mobile Web Browser

How to Get Started

Before using Mobile Banking, you must Enroll your accounts in Online Banking. 

Read the    Frequently Asked Questions for details about Mobile Banking features and usage.


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