Union Super Salary Account
Bank Union Bank of India
Category Salary Account
Minimum AQB
(Average Quarterly Balance)
USSA does not have minimum balance stipulation. USSA can be opened with Zero Balance
Interest Rate 4%
Card Offered ATM cum Debit Card
International Debit Card
Main Features
  • Comprehensive Welcome Kit, containing International Debit Card, Internet Banking (Union e-Banking) PIN, Phone Banking (Union Dial) PIN and Multicity Cheque Book, is provided to the USSA holder at the time of opening. The Welcome Kit facilitates the USSA holder Any Where/Any Time Banking of his choice.
  • USSA holder can use his Debit Card at over 1000 Union Bank ATMs at various locations in India free of cost.
  • USSA holder can also access around 24000 ATMs in India bearing Cash Tree, SBI and VISA logo, and over 1 million ATMs globally bearing VISA logo.
  • USSA holder can transact through internet (Union e-Banking) from his place of residence/work or anywhere, any time.
  • USSA holder can, by dialling the telephone numbers specified, enjoy the benefits of phone banking (Union Dial).
  • USSA holder can use his multicity cheques for cash withdrawals/ payments at any CBS branch located in all prime centres in India.
  • USSA holder can apply for an overdraft facility to the extent of 90% of the net salary credited in the previous month, which will be considered at the discretion of the Bank.
  • USSA can be opened with Zero Balance.
  • USSA does not have minimum balance stipulation.
  • USSA Opens doors for a wide range of additional financial services, such as Retail Loans (Home, Vehicle, Comfort), Insurance (life/non-life), Mutual Funds, Demat, Online Trading etc., subject to usual terms.
  • USSA is offered to all CBS branches across the country.
  • Union Bank of India reserves it’s right to change/alter/withdraw the terms and conditions of the scheme.
 Fees & charges
 Services & Features
 Eligibility Criteria
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Catholic Syrian Bank
Central Bank of India
Centurion Bank of Punjab
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City Union Bank Ltd.
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Karur Vysya Bank
Kotak Mahindra Bank
Nutan Nagarik Sahakari Bank Limited
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Rupee Co-op. Bank Ltd.
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Standard Chartered Bank
State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur
State Bank of Hyderabad
State Bank of India
State Bank of Mysore
State Bank of Patiala
State Bank of Travancore
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Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Ltd
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THE HP State Co-operative Bank Ltd.
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The Ratnakar Bank Ltd.
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