SBI Cards aims to set new standards in credit card industry
By Ankit Sharma
Dec 13, 2011
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SBI Cards, the credit card segment of the largest public sector lender of the country, State Bank of India has decided to implement some new steps in terms of offering to customers so as to set new standards in the credit card industry.

As part of the new standards, 14 new payment options will be implemented to facilitate the customer.

"Multiple initiatives underline our commitment to keep delivering and surpassing the expectations of our discerning customers," SBI Cards Chief Executive Officer Kadambi Narahari said.

Amongst these payment options is included the facility for SBI account holders to remit funds via, NEFT and OTC modes too.

Another feature incorporated by SBI Cards is Insta-Card facility which would enable payments for an extended period via EMIs.


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