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ICICI Bank opens ATMs with Telugu facility

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HYDERABAD, Jan. 16

ICICI Bank has announced the launch of Telugu language automated teller machines (ATMs) here on Thursday.

With this, the ICICI Bank customers in Andhra Pradesh would have the option of three languages for doing ATM transactions, Telugu, Hindi and English, the bank said in a press release.

The bank had earlier introduced Hindi, Tamil, Marathi and Bengali as the other regional languages on its ATM screens in different parts of the country.

ICICI Bank proposes to introduce more regional languages on its ATMs aimed at enhanced customer convenience and to spread the ATM usage in rural and semi-urban areas.

The ICICI Bank General Manager, Mr O.P. Srivastava, said, "We hope the Telugu language screens will enable more customers to use our ATMs in Andhra Pradesh."

The bank has also installed `I-PCs' in Hyderabad, which are demonstration computers to educate customers on how to use electronic channels of distribution such as ATMs and Internet banking, the release said.

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