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Wing Bank enhances app for more convenient and intuitive experience

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Wing Bank enhances app for more convenient and intuitive experience

The Wing Bank App has had a significant upgrade, providing enhanced user experience and interface.

Wing Bank (Cambodia) Plc has launched a major upgrade to the flagship Wing Bank App, providing customers with a smoother app experience and a host of new features.

The latest update can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, as well as the Huawei AppGallery.

“The revamped app is part of Wing Bank’s mission to deliver the best value to our customers. The app has never been easier to use, and comes with many features to make life easier and more convenient for our customers.

“People without the Wing Bank App are missing out. We have radically transformed it, making tweaks and improvements to spend, save, invest and manage your money, all the while ensuring an even smoother in-app experience,” said Han Peng Kwang, Wing Bank’s CEO.

As Wing Bank has the largest digital payments ecosystem, the corresponding Wing Bank App provides users with greater options, flexibility and convenience than others.

Customers with the latest app will enjoy an even smoother user experience. They can manage their account easily, download and share receipts and account statements (PDF or Excel) within custom timeframes, manage their card settings and make frictionless QR payments (in KHR or USD).

And better yet – these tasks can be completed in just a few clicks.

With the Wing Bank App, customers can pay their bills easily, buy groceries, bus tickets, pay electricity and water bills, and much more. Customers can also request a quick loan, open a term deposit, transfer money locally and internationally, and make payments to any merchant using the KHQR sign.

In addition, from now until November 2022, customers who open a Wing Bank account and make a deposit also have the chance to win big prizes – part of the ongoing “Deposit Big, Win Big” campaign.

There are six rounds of “Deposit Big, Win Big” lucky draws. Simply open an account and make a deposit to join in.

For a deposit of just $500 or two million riel, customers will have the chance to win a Honda Dream motorcycle daily.

Customers who deposit just $5,000 or 20 million riel qualify for the draw to win a Ford Wildtrak pickup truck monthly.

Those who deposit $50,000 or 200 million riel will be eligible to win the luxury Lexus LX600 SUV, the grand prize.

The second lucky draw will be randomly selected on August 13.


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