ICICI Bank to discontinue its Kingfisher co-branded credit card
By Ankit Sharma
Feb 21, 2013
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The private sector lender, ICICI Bank terminated its co-branded credit card with Kingfisher as the debt laden air carrier is grounded for a long time now.

"ICICI Bank and Kingfisher Airlines' co-branded credit card programme has been discontinued due to discontinuation of Kingfisher Airlines services," the bank said in a communication to its customers.

"As a result, the ICICI Bank Kingfisher Airlines Credit Card will be valid till March 31, 2013," it said, while asking card users to go for another credit card from the bank.

The bank further mentioned that the holder of ICICI-Kingfisher card would be issued an ‘ICICI Bank Platinum Visa Credit Card' without any annual fees charged. It card will come with the same interest rate and credit limit as that on a existing card.

The customers according to their requirements can also opt for any other credit card provided by the bank.


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