NBK Launch Mini Credit Card in Middle East & Africa Region

Thursday 1 July 2004 15:24 CET | News

National Bank Of Kuwait SAK, has launched the first of a new family of credit cards. Teaming up with MasterCard, NBK is the first in the Middle East and Africa to introduce one of the new members of its Mini Card family.

Thirty-three percent smaller with smoother and sleeker lines, the new NBK Mini Credit Card redefines plastics as we have come to know them. It fits onto your keychain for more convenient payment when out and about! The NBK Mini Credit Card is just not a card – its a key to practicality and convenience when you are shopping or just out and about! The NBK Mini Credit Card can be attached to a keychain to make shopping and paying for goods even more convenient. Reinforcing convenience, practicality and clean lines, the NBK Mini Credit Card goes where other cards cant. Cardholders no longer have to carry a wallet or handbag when they go to the chalet, the beach, camping out in the desert or just shopping at one of the malls! The NBK Mini Credit Card is a safer option to cash, accepted worldwide and offers all the features that NBK customers have become accustomed to including NBKs award winning Watani Gifts program, online bill payment and real time account balance through Watani Online, customer care 24 hours/7days a week phone access via Hala Watani at 801 801 and all the other services our credit card customers have become accustomed to. Buy Now, Settle Later The NBK Mini Credit Card is no different then the Classic MasterCard. You will receive the same great benefits that are offered with the NBK MasterCard Classic including buy now and pay up to 52 days later. All you need is a minimum salary of KD300 and you could receive a credit limit of 1.5 times your salary as per the terms & conditions of the contract.

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