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BoB's 12-hour banking service

MUMBAI: Bank of Baroda launched 12-hour banking services in 10 branches in Mumbai on Wednesday.

Five branches have already started offering services from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on a pilot basis.

The services available in the extended hours are cash receipts, acceptance, clearance and collection of cheques, remittances and locker facility.

Bank of Baroda also began 24-hours banking at the Bandra (W) branch, a press release said.

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