10 September, 2018
Although several of the ATMs found in the tourist spots of downtown Ljubljana and some other locations across the country do have a language option before you start using them, most of them don’t.
Below you can find some basic ATM terms in Slovenian translated into English, which we hope will make your time here a bit easier.
So far so good, but after you have inserted your card, the initial translation ends.
Vpišite PIN – Enter your PIN
Za nadaljevanje izberite “potrditev” - Press “Potrditev/Enter” to continue
After your PIN has been entered, the screen offers various options, depending on your card.
Dvig – Withdrawal
Stanje – Balance
Plačilo – Payment
Polog – Deposit
GSM – Prepaid phone card
PIN – Change PIN
Promet - Transactions
Only the Withdrawal, Balance Information, Deposit and Change PIN services were available for our second card.
We will use the first card to withdraw some money (dvig) and the second one to change our PIN.
Izberite – Choose
Drugo – Other (you will have to type in the amount if choosing this one)
To change your PIN choose “PIN”, then you get two options.
Upravljanje s PIN – PIN management
Sprememba – Change
Deblokacija – De-blocking
After choosing “change”, another window opens, asking us to enter a new PIN:
Vnesite nov pin in pritisnite “potrditev” – Enter a new PIN and press “Potrditev/Enter”
Za prekinitev izberite “prekinitev” – To cancel, press “Prekinitev/Cancel”
After you enter a new PIN, you’ll be asked to re-enter it.
Ponovno vnesite nov PIN in pritisnite “potrditev” – Enter the new PIN again and press “Potrditev/Enter”
Postopek poteka – Processing
Prosimo, počakajte – Please wait
Uspešno ste spremenili PIN – You have successfully changed your PIN
Vzemite kartico – Take your card