Updated March 5, 2021
Your Safety is Our Top Priority
Governor Greg Abbott recently announced that mask mandates and capacity limits around Texas will end on Wednesday, March 10, 2021. Please note that our current protocols and procedures will remain in effect in an effort to continue slowing the spread of COVID-19. Here are a few ways we’re still prioritizing your safety:
- All employees will continue to wear masks, and we ask that our customers also continue to wear masks when inside the financial center.
- In addition to requiring masks, we have instituted additional cleaning protocols, provided additional hand sanitizing stations and installed transparent health shields.
- Our financial centers will continue to operate at 50% capacity.
- If you would prefer not to wear a mask, we will be happy to serve you from one of our motor banks.
What You Can Expect When You Arrive
We can't wait to see you. Our bankers are ready to assist you, safely. To protect customers and employees, we will continue to limit capacity inside our lobbies to allow for social distancing.
Expanded Motor Bank Services
We’ve expanded our motor bank services to better serve you from a distance. We can help you with the following:
Our Smart ATMs in our motor banks and lobby vestibules are available for deposits and other transactions. Find one of our 1,200+ ATMs or a motor bank close to you.
The Frost App and Frost Online Banking
Bank anytime, anywhere using the Frost App and Frost Online Banking
Send money with Zelle® to almost anyone in the U.S.*
Send money quickly and easily to family and friends.
Deposit checks with your phone in the Frost App.
Snap a picture to deposit your checks. Deposits made before 9 p.m. will generally be available the next business day.
Take care of your one-time and recurring bills and make payments from anywhere.
Transfer money anywhere in the U.S.
Transfer funds between your Frost accounts.
Learn more about the Frost App and Frost Online Banking.
Give us a call.
You can always call us 24/7 at (800) 513-7678 and speak to a banker who can help.