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Standard Bank launches Current Account Campaign

Standard Bank launches today, Thursday, an advertising campaign for the whole country to publicize the benefits for citizens on subscribing to a bank account.

In this campaign, Standard Bank presents as some of the advantages of a current account, salary protection insurance, life insurance, travel insurance, tranquility plan and hospital plan, which protect from various unexpected situations of the daily life.

Also, as a subscription benefit to current account, the bank also brings the possibility of carrying out transactions quickly and safely through QuiQ, NetPlus (Internet Banking), NetPlus App (Mobile Banking), Kiosque Digital, as well as transacting via Customer Line, available 24 hours a day, including holidays.

Advertising the campaign allows the perception of the bank's continuous investment in quality of service provided, so that clients have a unique experience at any point of service.

By the way, its plot illustrates that once opening an account in the only centennial financial institution in country, people become the center of everything and receive all support to fulfill their aspirations and thus improve their lives.

A current account can be managed through various tools, being one of them the debit card.

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