New services RESERVED For holders of Intesa Hit account
Banca Intesa has increased services it renders to holders of Intesa Hit current account in number and so in addition to overdraft, debit and credit cards, the e-banking service and the possibility to exchange dinars into euros at a more favorable exchange rate, permanent order, extra health insurance and loans at more favorable terms, holders of this special account can from now on perform banking-dealing operations, phone-banking services and can have incentive interest rates for saving.
The enriched current account packet facilitates the sale of its customers’ shares and bonds in fast and simple way at the lowest commission on money transactions of only 0.1%. Clients are interested in such kind of operations since any moment they can be informed about all current events on the Belgrade Stock Exchange by advisors in branch offices of Banca Intesa Beograd.
Within Hit Saving campaign that will be lasting till June 30, Banca Intesa offers especially favorable and increased interest on saving in EUR with six-month fixed term, ranging from 5.18% to 6.10%, depending on deposited sum of money, to all holders of current accounts.
With objective to improve service quality, Banca Intesa also becomes a ‘bank from an armchair’ because it enables its customers to pay bills, sell any buy foreign currency or check out the balance on their current accounts and payment cards by means of telephone or Internet. It is very simple to use the telephone banking service; one is supposed to make only one phone call to the bank’s Call Center and in a conversation with the agent, the customer will be given precise instructions on how to perform the wanted service.
Ever since 2006 when it launched Intesa Hit packet as a unique concept on our market, Banca Intesa has been trying to provide as many advantages and innovative services to its customers as possible. Constant efforts to meet demand and customers’ expectations the best it can have resulted in the figure of 350.000 Intesa Hit current accounts open so far.