FNB earlier today announced that they’re bidding farewell to their iconic Gold Card in favour for a new offering called Aspire where the bank’s customers will now be able to use eBucks to pay their bank fees on this account.
Customers will also see a monthly account fee that’s reduced from R109 to R99 for customers who earn between R180,000 and R450,000 per annum.
According to CEO of FNB Retail, Raj Makanjee the bank is constantly refreshing their solutions and service models to align with the step change in customers’ needs while upping the ante on competitive advantage.
But wait, there’s more with the Bank further announcing that it has zero rated several fees including third-party payments, InContact SMSes and customers will continue to get Cash@Till for free and more.
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