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#LetsDoMore UT Bank launches 'Switch Over Promo'

The promotion will run for six months, ending on the 31st of July 2016

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UT Bank has today launched an exciting new promo named “Switch Over”, aimed at offering everyone a chance to receive an exciting gift and experience the bank’s exciting products and services. This is an opportunity not to be missed.

The promotion will run for six months, ending on the 31st of July 2016.

New customers who Switch Over to UT Bank, will be rewarded with a delightful customer experience. By opening an account with us, you will automatically receive benefits such as; Free Cheque books, Free Visa Cards, Free e-banking products and a waiver of Account Maintenance Fee on accounts for the first three months. These value savings allow customers to do more. There is something for everyone; from young savers, students to individuals and business owners.

For both existing and new customers, every month that you increase your balance by GHS300, you will continue to receive an exciting branded gift as our way of saying “Thank you for staying and saving with UT Bank”.

The free suite of products and services being offered to new customers guarantees extra value and gives customers peace of mind. One such service is UT Bank’s innovative mobile banking product, Fonbank. Fonbank is a free mobile app, available to download on Google playstore and Apple Appstore which allows customers to conduct a wide range of transactions at their convenience such as; account balance enquiry, purchase of phone credit, payment of utility bills, interbank transfer and so much more.

In a statement by Mr.Mark Achiampong, General Manager of Retail Banking, he remarked that,

“Since its inception, UT Bank has been a friend of SMEs and individual customers by helping them to meet their financial needs. We expect to continue this tradition by working together with our customers to realise the collective goal of an all-inclusive banking solution”.

Mr. Stephen Antwi-Asimeng, CEO of UT Bank in a statement commented that, “As a bank that understands the needs of our customers, we constantly strive to develop innovative solutions to meet their needs. We are encouraging you to” Switch Over to UT Bank and “Let’sDoMore”.

About UT Bank

UT Bank Ghana Limited, commenced business as a finance house in 1997. It evolved from a lending company to a publicly owned Universal Bank, with shares listed and actively traded on the Ghana Stock Exchange. It was awarded Bank of the Year 2011 and Most Respected Company in 2012.

UT Bank has positioned itself as the leading bank in SME banking and seeks to change the face of banking in Ghana through fast, efficient and respectful delivery of service. The bank is well known for providing innovative customer-oriented products with a focus on SMEs and individual customers.

 

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