Branch Network

With the new option for signing up via your mobile phone, you can create your subscription to the e-Banking services more quickly than ever!

Sign up in just a few minutes via myAlpha Mobile:

Becoming a subscriber to myAlpha Mobile or myAlpha Web is now easy, without visiting a Branch. Just install the myAlpha Mobile app in your mobile phone.

All you need to do is to have access to your mobile phone and e-mail, as well as a debit or credit card issued by Alpha Bank in your name.

  1. We verify your identity using the above details
  2. You create your subscription, setting a User ID and a Password for your first log-in to the Service
  3. You are ready to log in to myAlpha Mobile or myAlpha Web!

  4. Alternatively, you can always visit an Alpha Bank Branch in order to sign up for the e-Banking services*. Once you complete and sign the application for opening your subscription, you will receive your User ID and a Temporary Password, which you will be asked to change when you log in to Alpha Web Banking for the first time.  

    *Please note that in order to sign up at an Alpha Bank Branch, you will need to have your Identity Card with you. 

    Do you have more questions?

    Find answers to any questions in the FAQs area.

    For more information about  potential charges occuring by the use of the e-Banking services, visit the current Alpha Bank price list.  

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