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BSP back to school promotion highlights e-banking services

Ropate Valemei
Friday, January 25, 2013

THIRTY lucky people can count their blessings after winning school vouchers and scholarships from the Bank of South Pacific's eBank and Win for Back to School promotion.

The first drawing was held last week with more to follow in the coming months as BSP continues awareness programmes on its electronic banking services.

BSP communications officer Salome Waqailiti said the winners were from different parts of the country and qualified simply by using any of its eBank services.

"To qualify for BSP's eBank and Win for Back to School promotion draw, customers must use either SMS banking, BSP online personal internet banking or swipe a BSP easy card at any Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale (EFTPOS) terminal to pay for purchases and get cash out," she said.

The promotion offered 10 scholarships worth $500 and 20 stationery packs valued at $150 each. Two lucky individuals would also receive an iPad at the end of this month.

Corporate and international general manager Cecil Browne said they had invested a lot of money into BSP's electronic banking infrastructure with another 1000 EFTPOS to be installed at various branches around the country.

"The focus is that we can better serve our customers with the electronic banking rather that cueing up at the branch. This will save time and money for our customers," he said.

Meanwhile, he said there would be draws every month to promote their electronic banking services.





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