Johannesburg - Financial services company First National Bank (FNB) has suffered more connectivity woes for the second time in under two weeks.
In a tweet on Tuesday midday, the company said it was experiencing problems.
“FNB is aware of intermittent connectivity issues on select services,” said the bank.
“We apologise to impacted customers for any inconvenience caused,” added FNB.
FNB customers on Tuesday took to social network Twitter to complain of online banking problems and not receiving One Time PINs (OTPs).
This FNB glitch comes after the bank was hit by connectivity gremlins last week Tuesday.
Amid last week’s glitch, irate FNB customers lashed out at the bank to complain of non-functional ATMs and a downtime of cellular service through FNB Connect.
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