ABN AMRO, the first bank to introduce chip based credit cards in the GCC, has launched another unique product - the Smart Traveller Credit Card.
The new credit card is innovatively designed to offer travellers an exclusive range of travel-related benefits. The product is distinctly different from other credit cards available in the market and is being issued in conjunction with MasterCard International.
Smart Traveller Credit Card’s unique benefits include an impressive list of partner offers from Thai Airways, Alitalia, Accor Group of Hotels, Shangri-La and Hertz, comprehensive travel & emergency medical insurance, SMiles - Smart Traveller Credit Cards air miles programme, as well as a 24 hour personal travel assistant and concierge service that can assist travellers to booking everything from flights to babysitters, limousines to restaurant bookings in the country to which the cardholder is travelling. This innovative chip technology enabled travel card also offers cardholders a complimentary Priority Pass that provides access to 400 airport executive lounges around the world.
"ABN AMRO is aggressively growing its consumer franchise in key regional markets including UAE,” said Romesh Sobti, executive vice-president ABN AMRO Bank.
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