Mobile E-Signature

Mobile electronic signature is one of the safest among the today's electronic personal identification measures: it is an electronic equivalent of usual signature and identity document (passport or identity card) having legal force.

This signature can be used to approve financial transactions and documents in e-space, after having logged into online banking and other electronic systems. With a mobile signature, these actions need no bank code card or code generator or other means.

What are the advantages of having a mobile electronic signature?

Where to use the mobile electronic signature?

The service is provided:

The service is not available:

Where to get mobile electronic signature?

Your mobile operator salons:

Registry Centre‘s units:

  • Telia
  • Tele2
  • Bitė
  • Teledema
  • Tele2

How to login to internet bank and bank‘s mobile applet?

  1. At https://online.sb.lt/ enter your user name (ID) and password.
  2. Select security means Mobile Signature.
  3. Make sure that the four-digit control number (e.g. 4059) shown on your mobile phone screen is the same with the four-digit control number (e.g. 4059) shown in the browser window. If:
    • Numbers are the same, confirm code in mobile phone by pushing OK button;
    • Numbers differ, cancel logging by pushing Cancel button and start logging in once more.
  4. After you confirm the four-digit control number, mobile phone screen will ask you to enter sPIN code. After correct entering of sPIN code you are successfully logged into internet bank. 

  1. Open applet, push Login.
  2. Select M-signature and enter your internet bank user name (ID), logging password and mobile phone number.
  3. Push Next button.
  4. Mobile phone screen will ask you to enter sPIN code. After entering correct sPIN code you are successfully logged. 

 

 

 

Detailed information on how to use mobile e-signature can be found in the instruction manual.

For more detailed information visit Šiaulių bankas branches or call 8 700 55 055 (+370 37 301 337 from abroad).