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FNB to give away 18 phones in 18 days

FNB to give away 18 phones in 18 days

As part of its “help you, help yourself” the First National Bank is giving away 18 smartphones in 18 days.

The campaign offers 18 youngsters under the age of 18 a chance to win one of 18 Samsung J1 Smartphones between 11- 30 September by simply opening a FNB Future Account.

Existing Future account holders also stand a chance of winning N$ 200 airtime on a daily basis, simply by transacting on their existing FNB Future account during that period,” said Elzita Beukes, FNB Group Communications Manager.

Namibians are embracing the electronic banking options and FNB Namibia is ready to pave the way for all, especially the youngsters that do not have a bank account with FNB. The campaign specifically targets young people under the age of 18 because we want to encourage them to start banking smartly as early as possible to encourage saving and develop healthy financial habits for the future,” Beukes added.

Young clients can transact 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, through FNB ATM’s, FNB Branches, shops with Point of Sale facilities, Cellphone Banking, Online Banking, and FNB App. Future Account holders can buy prepaid airtime for themselves or someone else with FNB’s Cellphone Banking, Online Banking or FNB App.

The Future account offers a variety of great benefits including: Minimum balance of N$20, two free debit transactions per month ATM (cash withdrawal or point of sale (POS), Free ATM balance enquiries to assist clients in keeping an eye on their finances, Free monthly subscription to inContact, Free subscription to Cellphone Banking, Online Banking & FNB App, No monthly account fees are charged on Future Accounts and Access to the eWallet facilities .


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