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Prince Bank partners with Mastercard and Visa to offer debit, credit cards

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Prince Bank launched its Mastercard and Visa cards on April 23.

Prince Bank partners with Mastercard and Visa to offer debit, credit cards

Prince Bank Plc has launched the Mastercard and Visa cards that will enable its customers to perform easy electronic payment – another move to enhance its digital banking in the Kingdom.

The partnership with Mastercard and Visa complements the bank’s plans to expand its retail financial product offerings for its current customers, while aiming to attract potential new clients as well.

“As an increasing number of Cambodians are conducting businesses and travelling locally, regionally and internationally, they are seeking benefits and exclusive offers to match their lifestyle preferences,” Prince Bank’s CEO Honn Sorachna said at the launch of the cards on April 23.

The bank offers debit and credit cards with Standard and Platinum for Mastercard customers and Classic and Platinum cards for Visa customers.

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Physical Cards Display and Card Management option allows convenient viewing of debit cards.

These options allow customers to choose the product that best suits their needs according to their financial goals. Regardless of their preferences, all debit and credit cards issued by Prince Bank provide customers the comforts of making secure purchases from two of the world’s largest global payment networks.

Mastercard and Visa offer a wide range of benefits designed for purchases made online and at merchant shops worldwide.

Customers can take advantage of valuable deals, upgrades, and as well as exceptional offers from selected retailers, world-class restaurants, hotels, and resorts simply by using their cards.

The introduction of the cards is part of the bank’s commitment in promoting digital banking services in the Kingdom.

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An artist’s rendition of Prince Bank’s headquarters in Phnom Phenh.

“We aim to become the best and fastest growing digital bank by channelling our efforts in enhancing our digital platforms. Mastercard and Visa cardholders will be able to perform transactions and track and make payments using digital channels such as our bank’s mobile app,” Sorachna said.

Customers will also receive the latest details on their purchases with SMS notifications sent directly to their mobile devices.

These features will help customers transition into users of cashless and digital payment systems as the bank strives to develop digital banking solutions that meet customers’ expectations by delivering a more convenient banking experience.

Prince Bank has 28 branches in 22 provinces and cities including Phnom Penh. For more details, visit any Prince Bank branch or contact our call centre on 1-800-20-8888.

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