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HSBC Online Banking activation

We're currently making improvements to our Online Banking service.

If you registered for Online Banking prior to the 17th December 2014 it's not possible for you to activate your existing Secure Key and you will need to re-start your registration.

If you registered for Online Banking after this date, please log on to Online Banking entering your username, memorable answer and your password, from here you will be prompted to activate your Secure Key.

We apologise for any inconvenience which this delay may cause. Once you are registered, we look forward to introducing you to Online Banking, including the exciting enhancements we're working on now.

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HSBC Mobile Banking app

Manage your personal accounts easily and securely from your mobile phone.

  • Register in app to start using today
  • Digital Secure Key accessed through the app, replaces the need for a physical secure key
  • Touch ID - log on using your fingerprint. Available with Digital Secure Key and iPhone 5s or above
  • With Fast Balance you can check your live balances on up to three eligible accounts without logging in
Mobile Banking screenshot
  • Make payments to existing payees and transfer funds between your HSBC personal accounts
  • Use Paym to send and receive payments using a mobile number
  • View balances and up to 90 recent transactions
  • Apply in app for a personal loan and a Loyalty Cash ISA

Getting started

  1. Simply download the HSBC Mobile Banking app from the Apple App Store, Google Play™, Amazon Appstore and BlackBerry® World™.
  1. Open the app and follow the on screen instructions to set up your security information (If you're an existing Online Banking customer, you can access the HSBC Mobile Banking app using the same details). If you're new to Online Banking, you can now register for Online Banking via the HSBC Mobile Banking app, this will give you access to both Online Banking and the app.

Available on the App Store Android App on Google Play Kindle Fire BlackBerry World


Mobile Banking Terms and Conditions (PDF)

The HSBC Mobile Banking app can be used on Android™, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini and iPod touch, Amazon fire and BlackBerry® digital devices running up-to-date software.

iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod Touch and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

Frequently asked questions


Getting Started
Q. What do I need to do to set up my log on details for the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

A. If you are new to Online Banking, open the HSBC Mobile Banking app and click the Log on button on the home screen, this will take you to the Log on page, from here you can click 'Not registered' and follow the on screen instructions to register for Online Banking. As part of this process you can activate a Digital Secure Key for a fast and secure way to bank online.

If you're an existing Online Banking customer, you can access the HSBC Mobile Banking app using your current log on details.

Q. Which devices can I use the HSBC Mobile Banking app on?

A. The HSBC Mobile Banking app can be used on Android, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini and iPod touch, Amazon fire and BlackBerry® digital devices running up-to-date software.
At present the HSBC Mobile Banking app isn't available on Windows Phone® mobile devices.

Q. Can I use the app for my HSBC business accounts?

A. The HSBC Mobile Banking app is designed for HSBC personal accounts; however, a separate Business Mobile Banking app is also available.

Q. How do I download the HSBC Mobile Banking app and how long will it take me?

A. You need to be online at all times when downloading or using the HSBC Mobile Banking app. We recommend connecting to the internet via Wi-Fi when you download it, as downloading when connected via your mobile network may take longer and may mean you incur extra charges from your network provider.

The HSBC Mobile Banking app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon Appstore and BlackBerry® World™ online stores.

Download speed will depend on the strength of your connection and app store service status. Some additional data will be downloaded on your first log on, but subsequent log on will be quicker.

Q. How do I set up my log on details?

A. Open the HSBC Mobile Banking app and click the Log on button on the home screen, this will take you to the Log on page. From here you can click "Not registered" and follow the on screen instructions to register for Online Banking. As part of this process you can activate a Digital Secure Key for a fast and secure way to bank online. If you're an existing Online Banking customer, you can access the HSBC Mobile Banking app using your current log on details.

Q. Does the HSBC Mobile Banking cost anything?

A. The app itself is free of charge. Your network provider may charge you for data usage.

Q. Is there a user guide for the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

A. Our Service Discovery screens provide an introduction to the app for new customers, plus guidance on updates and new features.

Q. What permissions does this app ask for?

A. The HSBC Mobile Banking app is available in numerous countries - some app permissions, although requested, may not be used in the UK.

iPhone, iPad or iPod touch: For the HSBC Mobile Banking app to work on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch you can choose whether to accept or reject any of the following permissions:

  • Push notification - this request allows HSBC to send push notifications to your device. We currently do not offer push notifications in the UK, you do not need to accept this to use the app's current functionality.
  • Current location:
    • the find HSBC Branch/ATM feature can use your location to find Branches or ATMs near you. Your location information is only used temporarily by the app and is not stored on our systems or within the app on your device.
    • when you access this feature, "https://www.hsbc.fr" will ask to use your current location. This is the domain name of the server that we use to provide this service.
  • Contacts - this allows the app to access your contacts so that you can make a payment to people in your address book using their phone number. This feature is only used by the Paym service.

Android: The Android Operating System requires you to accept all of these permissions regardless of whether or not you use these features within the HSBC Banking app:

  • Location - the find HSBC Branch/ATM feature can use your location to find Branches or ATMs near you. Your location information is only used temporarily by the app and is not stored on our systems or within the app on your device.
  • Phone:
    • this allows the app to access your contacts so that you can make a payment to people in your address book using their phone number. This feature is only used by the Paym service.
    • when this request is made, Android also requests permission to access your call log. However, the HSBC Mobile Banking app does not require your call log information; it does not access, use or store any of this information.
  • Device ID & Call information:
    • this allows the app to read the phone's status and identity for security and verification purposes.
    • to dial HSBC directly from within the app.
  • Wi-Fi Connection information - this gives the app full network access, and allows it to view Wi-Fi and network connections. The app uses these to check your connection so it can access HSBC's systems.
  • Network communication - this allows the app to control Near-Field Communications which is required for Mobile Payments (we do not access any of this information in the UK).
  • Device controls - this allows the app to take pictures, videos, and control vibration. This enables banking features such as remote cheque deposit (we do not access any of these features in the UK).
  • System tools - this is used so that the app can securely close itself, protecting your confidential information.
  • Photos/Media/Files:
    This gives the app access to save files onto your device. This also lets you store documents accessed within the app.
  • Draw over other apps - this allows the app to remain open in the background and provide alerts to you.
Security and passwords
Q. What do I need to log on to the HSBC Mobile Banking app? Do I need my Secure Key?

A. If you use a Digital Secure Key you can log on using just your Digital Secure Key password, you can also choose to log in using just your fingerprint with Touch ID if you are using an iPhone 5s or above

If you have a physical Secure Key you can choose to log on using your Online Banking password and memorable answer, we may ask you to use your physical Secure Key to access certain functions within the HSBC Mobile Banking app.

Q. Does my password need to be a certain length?

A. Your password needs to be between 8 and 30 characters and consist of both letters and numbers.

Q. Does my device passcode/password need to be a certain length?

A. We recommend that your device passcode/password needs to be set at the device's highest security level (do not use obvious passwords or passcode such as family member's names, your date of birth, 111111, 123456, etc) to provide you with the greatest protection.

Q. What happens if I forget my password?

A. You can change your password at any time via the 'Change my log on details' section in Online Banking.

Q. Do I need to reset my memorable question answer when I reset my password?

A. As you need to enter your password and memorable answer each time you log on, both need to be reset if you forget or change your password. We recommend using a different memorable question and answer from the pre-defined list.

Q. What if I get my password wrong? Will I also be locked out of Telephone and Online Banking?

A. You can reset your details using Online Banking and your Secure Key; however, you won't be able to access your accounts online until this is done. You will still be able to access Telephone Banking.

Q. What happens if I forget my HSBC Mobile Banking app password?

A. If you use a Digital Secure Key then you can reset your password by selecting "Help" from the HSBC Mobile Banking app log on screen, select "Forgotten Digital Secure Key password" and follow the on screen instructions.

If you don't have a Digital Secure Key you can change your password at any time via 'change personal security details' and 'change password' from the options in the left hand menu when you are logged on to Online Banking or by selecting 'forgot your password?' from the log on screen.

Q. What if I lose my mobile device? Will my account still be secure?

A. When you access the HSBC Mobile Banking app you're securely connected via our servers, and no bank account data is stored on the phone itself. Remember to always log out when you've finished.
You should always take precautions when using a mobile device in a public area. The Get Safe Online website www.getsafeonline.org has tips on how to protect handheld computers and mobile phones.
Registering for your provider's service which allows remote management is also recommended. Should you lose your phone you can remotely wipe your device to ensure your personal data is removed from it. This can be done via Find My iPhone on iOS devices and Android Device Manager on Android.
If you've lost your phone and/or are worried your security details have been compromised, please contact us on 0345 600 2290 to let us know.

Q. Will the HSBC Mobile Banking app time out if I forget to log out?

A. The app will automatically time out after 10 minutes of inactivity. Unlike Online Banking, there won't be a pop-up message warning you it will time out.

Q. Can I let someone else use my HSBC Mobile Banking app to log on to their account?

A. While we don't recommend sharing the app, it's possible for another user to log on and access their account details through your app.

Q. What if I change my SIM card or network provider?

A. The app will be saved to your mobile device, so won't be affected if your get a new SIM card or change network.

Q. What if I change my device?

A. If you change your device, the action you take depends whether you have digital secure key on the device

If you have a digital secure key on the device
Simply begin the activation of your replacement Digital Secure Key on your new device and it will automatically deactivate the old Digital Secure Key. We recommend that you also wipe all your data and reset the old phone to factory settings.

If you don't have a digital secure key on the device
Delete the app from your old one and install it on your new device. This won't affect your account or log on details. We recommend that you also wipe all your data and reset the old phone to factory settings.
The Get Safe Online website www.getsafeonline.org has tips on how to protect handheld computers and mobile phones.

Functionality
Q. What can the HSBC Mobile Banking app do?

A. The HSBC Mobile Banking app allows you to make payments to people or organisations that you have paid before (existing beneficiaries) and manage your personal accounts easily and securely from your mobile phone. As well as this, there are other great features:

  • Log on to the app using Touch ID - Only available if you use a Digital Secure Key and use the app on an iPhone 5s or above
  • Fast Balance - Simply swipe your app home screen down to view the balance of your chosen account - no need to log on. Find out more
  • Access a Digital Secure Key on your mobile phone instead of carrying a physical Secure Key with you
  • View your balance(s) and up to 90 recent transactions
  • Use Paym to send and receive payments using only a mobile number
  • Global View / Global Transfers - Premier and Advance customers can view balances on globally linked HSBC accounts* and make Global Transfers from eligible HSBC accounts
  • View secure messages
  • Locate nearby HSBC branches and HSBC ATMs**
  • Apply for a Loyalty Cash ISA and a Personal Loan

The HSBC Mobile Banking app can be used on Android iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini and iPod touch, Amazon fire and BlackBerry® digital devices running up-to-date software.


*Global linking of accounts can only be done via Online Banking
**Only available on Android, iPhone and iPad digital devices running up-to-date software

Q. Are there things I can't do using the HSBC Mobile Banking app??

A. You can't access investments, pensions and insurance product details via the app. Secure messages can be viewed using the app, but responses must be sent via Online Banking. New payments must be made using Online Banking before they can be paid through the app.

Q. Why can't I send payments to new beneficiaries using the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

A. The security of your account is of upmost importance to us. For this reason the setup of new payments (and a first payment) requires transaction data signing which can only be completed using Online Banking and the Secure Key. Once you've made a payment to a beneficiary through Online Banking, you can make future payments to them using the HSBC Mobile Banking App.

Please note: if you have only previously paid a beneficiary via telephone banking you will also need to complete the transaction data signing additional authorisation steps using Online Banking before you can make payments to them via the HSBC Mobile Banking App.

Q. Can I amend payment references on the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

A. Yes, for payments to family and friends, but not to ones made to organisations.

Q. Will the balances and information on the HSBC Mobile Banking app be correct 24/7? Why can't I withdraw money my balance says is in the account

A. The app can be used 24/7 and current account and savings account information will be constantly kept up-to-date. Occasionally there will be a difference between the balance of your account and the available balance (both of which are shown in the HSBC Mobile Banking app). This may be due to, for example, a pending debit card payment or a cheque yet to clear.

Fast Balance is a convenient way to check your balance without logging on. For all accounts apart from credit cards, Fast Balance will show the balance of your account and the available balance. For credit cards Fast Balance will only show the account balance as of the previous working day and not the available balance.

Q. How far back do the statements go? Can I download the statements?

A. For credit cards, you'll be able to see transactions made since your last statement. For current/savings accounts you'll be able to see up to the last 90 transactions. Details of earlier transactions can be found through Online Banking.
Statements can't be downloaded to your mobile device.

Q. Will I be able to see any charges to my account?

A. Debited charges will be shown on the statement, but pending charges will not be visible. If you have a Green account, you can check pending charges via Online Banking.

Q. I have a First Direct/M&S Bank account - can I manage these accounts via the app?

A. The app will only show personal HSBC accounts held in the UK. A separate app is available for First Direct. There is no app for M&S Bank at present.

Q. I have HSBC accounts in other countries; can I see these on the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

A. If the country in question has released the app, you can log on by selecting the appropriate country in the top right-hand corner of the first screen and using the log on details for that country.
Please note that your UK security details can't be used to access a non-UK account.

Q. I'm a Premier customer; does the app have Global View?

A. Yes, Global View is now available in the app. It's available for Advance and Premier customers only.

Q. Can I use the HSBC Mobile Banking app while I'm abroad?

A. Yes, provided it’s permitted by local law. Remember, network providers may charge higher data usage fees abroad.

Q. Can I get information on HSBC's products, services, offers and rewards in the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

A. Yes, the app provides information on:

  • Our range of current, savings, loan and credit card accounts
  • Our Overdraft Service
  • Offers from our home&Away Privilege Programme
  • Exclusive HSBC Premier Privileges offers

Additionally, the app provides the following functionality:

  • Apply for a Loyalty Cash ISA
  • Apply for a Personal Loan
  • Work out how much we may be prepared to lend you for a mortgage using the How Much Can I Borrow calculator
  • Find and compare details of our mortgages using the HSBC Mortgage Finder

Think carefully before securing other debts against your property.
Your property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.


Touch ID
Q. What is Touch ID?

You can use Touch ID as alternative to a Digital Secure Key password. It is a simple and secure way to access the HSBC Mobile Banking app through the use of your fingerprints.

Q. Can I use Touch ID to log on to the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

To log on using Touch ID you need to have the HSBC Mobile Banking app installed on an iPhone 5s or above, running iOS 8 or above.

Q. Can I set up Touch ID when I register for Mobile Banking?

Yes.

First, enable Touch ID in your device's Settings and follow the instructions to save your fingerprint. You will need to set up a device passcode, if you have not done this already.

Next, start the HSBC Mobile Banking app and follow the instructions to register for Mobile Banking. As part of the registration process you will be asked if you want to use Touch ID.

If you delete and reinstall the HSBC Mobile Banking app, you will need to confirm your fingerprint again the next time you log on.

Q. How do I switch to Touch ID when I am using my Digital Secure Key password to log on the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

You can enable Touch ID from the Settings menu in the HSBC Mobile Banking app.

Q. If my fingerprint is not recognised, can I still log on to my account?

Yes. You can still log on to the HSBC Mobile Banking app using your Digital Secure Key password.

Q. Can I use Touch ID to log on if I have shared fingerprints stored on my device?

When you enable Touch ID log on, any fingerprint stored on your device - now or in the future - can be used to log on to the HSBC Mobile Banking app. You should only enable Touch ID if you are the only person who has registered fingerprints on your device.

You can add or remove fingerprints in your device settings.

Q. If my fingerprint is not recognised, can I still log on to the HSBC Mobile Banking app?

Yes, but after three failed attempts to recognise your fingerprint you will need to use your Digital Secure Key password instead.

Q. How can I disable Touch ID?

There are two ways to disable Touch ID.

- Disable Touch ID in the Settings menu of the HSBC Mobile Banking app

- In your device settings, delete all registered fingerprints or delete the device passcode.

Enabling Touch ID again in your device settings will also re-enable it for the HSBC Mobile Banking app.

Q. What if my Touch ID-enabled phone is lost or stolen?

As soon as possible, log on to iCloud (icloud.com) and remotely wipe your device by activating the "Find My iPhone" app, selecting the lost device and erasing the data on it.

Q. Will my fingerprint be stored in the app or elsewhere within HSBC?

No. Your fingerprints will not be stored in the HSBC Mobile Banking app or kept within HSBC. For more details please refer to the Terms & Conditions

Paym - the easier way to pay

With Paym, you can send and receive money quickly and securely using only a mobile number via the HSBC Mobile Banking app. Make fast, cash-free payments via participating banks and building societies without sharing bank details


  • No cash? No problem
  • Send money to registered users using only their mobile number
  • Simple and secureno need to share your account details

Available on Android, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini and iPod touch, Amazon fire and BlackBerry® digital devices running up-to-date software

Getting Started


To use Paym you'll need the latest version of the HSBC Mobile Banking app. The HSBC Mobile Banking app can be downloaded from the App Store, Google Play™, Amazon Appstore and BlackBerry® World™ online stores


Available on the App Store Android App on Google Play Kindle Fire BlackBerry World


How to receive payments


You can skip this step if you've pre-registered for Paym.

  • Select Paym in the HSBC Mobile Banking app menu and choose 'register to receive payments'
  • Read and accept the Terms and Conditions and Consent to use the Service
  • Use your Secure Key to generate a security code
  • Choose the account you'd like to register
  • Enter your mobile number to receive your activation code
  • Enter your code

You're now registered for Paym.


How to send money


  • Set your daily payment limit (you only need to do this once)
  • Select a contact from your phone book or type in their number
  • Enter the amount, verify the payment details and click 'pay now'

Your payment has been sent.


Frequently asked questions


About Paym
Q. How does Paym work?

A. You can securely send payments to other registered users using only their mobile number. It's ideal for paying money to someone you know - for example, for your share of a restaurant bill - without the need to share account details. All the recipient will see is your account holder name, not the number or sort code.
You need to be registered for the HSBC Mobile Banking app to receive payments via Paym. If you haven't registered you can still send (but not receive) payments using Paym via Mobile Banking.

Q. What devices are compatible with Paym?

A. Paym has been designed to work on the following devices: Android, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini and iPod touch, Amazon fire and BlackBerry® digital devices running up-to-date software.

Q. Is it secure?

A. Yes. Payments made through the Paym service are sent using the same secure payment system as some Online and Telephone Banking payments.

Q. Is there a charge to use Paym?

A. Paym is a free service, and the HSBC Mobile Banking App is also provided free of charge. However, you may be charged data usage charges to access the app by your network provider. These charges may vary when abroad.

Q. How do I know if someone has sent me a payment?

A. You’ll receive a text message to the UK mobile number you registered for Paym with. You can then log on to the HSBC Mobile Banking App or Online Banking to review the details.

Q. Can I use Paym if I have previously registered for other services, such as Barclays Pingit, Pay Your Contacts or Pay2Mobile?

A. Yes; however, you’ll need to deregister with any Paym services hosted by any other banks or building societies before registering with HSBC if you want to receive payments into your HSBC account.

Registration
Q. Why am I being asked for a security code?

A. The security code generated using your Secure Key device provides an extra level of protection against banking fraud. If you need help with your Secure Key device, please call us on 0345 600 2290.

Q. Can I link my mobile number to more than one account?

A. You can only register one eligible HSBC current account to a UK mobile number. If your mobile number is already registered with another bank or building society, you will need to deregister your mobile number from Paym with them first and then register with HSBC if you want to receive payments into your HSBC account.
You can still make payments from an HSBC account via Paym even if you’re registered to receive payments with another bank or building society.

Q. Can I change the account I've linked to Paym?

A. To change your linked HSBC account, go to the 'Change Paym Settings' option via 'My details & preferences' in your Online Banking account, or via the 'Settings' menu in the HSBC Mobile Banking App, selecting 'Paym Payment Settings'.

Q. Can I use Paym with a joint account?

A. Yes. Each joint account holder can register to receive payments via Paym into an eligible joint account, using different mobile numbers.

Q. Why is an activation code sent by text message during registration?

A. This is to verify that the phone is in your possession and the right UK mobile number is being registered. You’ll also get an activation code by text if you change your mobile number and register the new one for Paym.

Q. What if I haven't received my activation code?

A. The text message containing your activation code will normally arrive within a few minutes. However, occasionally factors outside our control, such as network and signal issues, can affect delivery. If you haven't received your code after 10 minutes, please try again, ensuring you’ve entered the correct mobile number. If you still don't receive it, please give us a call on 03457 404 404 and we'll be happy to help.

Q. What if I don't want to receive payments using Paym anymore?

A. You can deregister from Paym at any time using the 'Deregister from Paym' option under 'My details & preferences' in Online Banking, or by selecting 'Settings', 'Paym Settings' and then 'Deregister From Paym' using the HSBC Mobile Banking app.

Q. What will you use my mobile number for?

A. When you register for Paym, your UK mobile telephone number will be linked to your nominated current account so you can receive payments using the service. It will also be used to inform you by text message when you receive a payment. We won’t use it to update your existing contact details.

Payments
Q. How much money can I send using Paym?

A. Depending on the type of account you have, you can send payments from £1 up to the daily limit that you have chosen or the maximum set by us (currently £250, or £100 if aged 16 or 17). You can view or change your limit using the 'Change Paym Settings' option via 'My details & preferences' in Online Banking or by selecting 'Settings' and 'Paym Settings' in the HSBC Mobile Banking app.

Q. Can I pay someone who is not registered for Paym?

A. Paym can only be used to pay registered users.

Q. Can I pay someone with a non-HSBC account using Paym?

A. Yes, you can send a payment to any registered user, as long as their bank or building society participates in the Paym service.

Q. Do you access the information in my phone book?

A. The only time your phone book is used is when you select a contact to send a payment to. It will not be used for any other purpose.

Q. Why is a payment reference needed?

A. This makes sure that both you and the recipient can easily identify the payment; eg 'payment for lunch'.

Q. How will payments using Paym show on my statement?

A. Payments using Paym will show on your statement as PYM so you can tell them apart from your other transactions.

Q. What if I send money to the wrong mobile telephone number?

A. When sending a payment, we check the mobile number is registered for Paym and display the account name linked to it. You must check these details carefully – there is no way of stopping a payment once you select ‘confirm’.

If you have sent money to an incorrect mobile number, please call us straight away on 03457 404 404.

Mobile website

Our website is fully optimised for mobile, making it easier for you to access from your mobile phone


  • Access Online Banking with your Secure Key
  • Compare and apply for products and services
  • 0345 contact number call us using your inclusive minutes on most tariffs

Check your balance in mobile view or switch to desktop view for services such as payments. Calls to 0345 numbers are eligible for inclusive minutes calls under most operators' tariffs; please check with your network to confirm.

Mobile website

Choose to receive weekly or monthly mini-statements on the day of your choice, showing your balance and up to five recent transactions, on up to three current and/or credit card accounts. Please note credit card accounts are only eligible for mini-statements via text, not account alerts.

This is a free service for all eligible current account customers. Click 'register now' to select the text alerts you'd like to receive.

Register now


The HSBC Mobile Banking app can be used on iPhone (models 4 onwards), iPod touch (5th generation onwards), iPad (2nd generation onwards, iPad Air and iPad Air 2), and iPad Mini, running up-to-date software. The HSBC Mobile Banking app can also be used on Amazon fire, Android and BlackBerry® digital devices running up-to-date software.


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