ATMs in Madurai

ATMs in Madurai are of great help to its residents and tourists alike. The ATMs are open 24 hours and can be accessed any time of the day or night. One can withdraw or deposit money in an ATM. The person can also deposit cheques.

Below is a list of ATMs in Madurai:

ICICI Bank in Madurai

Main Branch (33, North Chithrai Street)
Vilangudi Branch (Plot No.23, Meenakshi Nagar)
Munichalai Branch (214-C, Kamarajar Salai)
Subramaniapuram Branch (Opp. Madura College)
Kochadai Branch (No.196, Bye-Pass Road)
South Masi Branch (No.137, South Masi Street)
Tallakulam Branch (45, H.A.Khan Road, Tallakulam)
K.K. Nagar (No.641, Melur Main Road)
Thirunagar (Devi Kalaivani Theatre, G.S.T.Road)
Anna Nagar (Near Ambika Theatre)
TPK Road (AR.A.S.PV. Show Room, TPK Road)
Athikulam (JAS Towers, Narayanapuram)
Fenner (Thuvariman Road)

HDFC Bank ATMs in Madurai

Opposite to Maappillai Vinayagar Theatre
Near Ambika Theatre
Main Branch (Opposite to Railway Junction)

UTI Bank ATMs in Madura

Main Branch (K.K.Nagar, Near Aavin)
Inside the Railway Junction
Pazhanganatham (HCPL petrol bunk)
B.B. Kulam (V.P.Rathinaswamy Nadar Road)

Oriental Bank of Commerce ATMs in Madura

No.75, P.T.Rajan Road (Opp. to Central School)
Near K.K.Nagar Arch
Town Hall Road (Opp. to College House)
Hotel Germanus Days Inn (Bye-Pass Road)
Vellarippatti (TVS Srichakra Limited)

IDBI Bank ATMs in Madura

Main Branch (Opp. to Court, Melur Road)
Vasantha Nagar (Near Bus Stop)
Mathura Textile Limited (New Jail Road)

Last Updated on 9/15/2011



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