Average monthly balance of Rs 1,000 in limited period offer
Srinagar: HDFC Bank Ltd today launched a limited period offer for a new Savings account for the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Customers availing of this savings account during the offer period will have the benefit of maintaining an average monthly balance of Rs 1000/- The new savings account, known as SB Regular, is available for a limited period until December 31, 2015 at any of the 73 branches in the state.
Customers opening accounts during the offer period will also receive exclusive deals including discounts, cashback and vouchers on HDFC Bank Debit Cards. This is over and above the existing benefits that come with an HDFC Bank savings account such as Netbanking, Mobile Banking, Bill Pay and InstaAlert facilities.
At HDFC Bank we are consistently developing new products and services to meet our customers changing needs and requirements. We are pleased to offer our new product with an average
monthly balance of Rs 1,000 to the people of J&K, says Mr. Zubair Iqbal, Circle Head, HDFC Bank. Our objective is to empower more people in the state by offering them our full range of banking services including digital initiatives, even in rural areas, thus making a difference in their lives.
At a national level, HDFC Bank has 56% of its branches in semi-urban and rural areas and is continuously extending its reach in the hinterland in its endeavour to support inclusive growth.
As of September 30, 2015, the Bank had a distribution network with 4,227 branches and 11,686 ATMs in 2,501 cities/towns.
Exclusive offers on HDFC Bank debit cards
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Rs 200 cashBack on transaction over and above Rs.5,000 on Snapdeal App.
5% Instant Discount shopping at Big Bazaar stores on Every Wednesday.
5% CashBack* on all transactions over and above Rs.5,000 on Snapdeal.com.
5% CashBack* on all bookings at bookmyshow,com or bookmyshow app.
5% CashBack* on Utility & Telecom bill payments for the first 3 months with Standing Instruction on debit cards.
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