Internet Banking, Banking, Banking Sector, Customer


The banking sector is a sector in which service updates need to be done fast and adaptation to technology in this sense becomes a necessity. In order to comply with the requirements of the age and to meet human needs with maximum satisfaction, it has expanded its product network which is open to innovations. One of them, internet banking, has become a banking product that has been renewed and diversified with the increase of internet usage in the world. The fact that many transactions in branches can be done without considering the time and place increases the usage rate of internet banking every day. This method, which is more cost effective and more profitable for both banks and users, remains popular. As a result of the change of technology day by day, renewed and diversified internet banking is a platform where banks offer their products and services. Therefore, in this study, firstly internet banking was introduced and then the products and services offered to the user via internet banking were mentioned.



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