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Which one is correct?

  1. Both internet banking and mobile banking is available in Axis bank savings account.
  2. Both internet banking and mobile banking are available in Axis bank savings account.

Answers

  • I can't think of an example where both X and Y could be followed by a SINGULAR verb.

    OK, set phrases like fish and chips might be used as if SINGULAR.

    Fish and chips is my favourite take-away food.

    But subjects formed with both ... and feel just too obviously PLURAL.

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