Banca Intesa Introduces Visa Infinite debit card
In cooperation with Visa, Banca Intesa has introduced Visa Infinite premium debit card in its portfolio, one of the most exclusive payment cards in the Serbian market and one of the most prestigious cards in the world.
Banca Intesa Visa Infinite card has been created with the intent to respond to the needs of the most demanding clients to whom it can provide a number of special benefits, privileged treatment and the highest level of personalized services. The most noteworthy service is the personal concierge, who is available to the cardholders 24/7 as an assistant in organizing travels, booking accommodation in luxurious hotels and tickets for the most popular culture and sports events, as well as in enabling access to stores outside of their open hours.
Banca Intesa Visa Infinite card is intended for cardholders who spend a lot of time travelling, considering that it allows them unlimited access to VIP lounges at airports around the world, to priority lanes and priority check-in, a global travel insurance policy for the whole family, special benefits in the most elite hotels around the world, and coverage for unexpected expenses during the trip, all fee-free. In addition, this unique card covers the purchased product with property insurance from theft, loss or damage, extends the warranty period after the production warranty expires, and it provides its holders with legal consultations and emergency medical aid, and discounts in numerous points of sale in Serbia. Besides these functions, Banca Intesa also ensured additional benefits for Visa Infinite cardholders in the form of help on the road in Serbia and Europe, and different types of assistance in the household.
With about 1.5 million payment cards issued and a share of 21.5%, Banca Intesa is the leader in the local card market. The bank has a share of 24.9% in the number of transactions and a share of 27.9% in payment card turnover in Serbia. Abroad, it has a share of 35.5% and 27.9% in the number of transaction and payment card turnover, respectively.