News | Wednesday, 22 July 2009

New Student Benefits from BOV Club

Bank of Valletta has just launched a series of new, exclusive, value-added benefits through the BOV Club package being offered to University and Post-Secondary students aged between 16 and 25.
Students who apply for BOV Club membership and who credit their stipend into a BOV Account are being offered a vast selection of welcome gifts ranging from vouchers from Agenda Bookshop and The Free Way Surf Stores, free Remington Hair Straighteners and Personal Groomers to free SkullCandy Headphones. Students can also choose to purchase Lexmark Wireless Printers, wireless desksets, Ipods or Sony Digital Cameras at special prices.
BOV Club members who apply for an eAccount benefit from higher interest rates. The BOV Club package also offers benefits such as unsecured loans of up to €5,000 at competitive interest rates for study-related equipment. Loans for the purchase of new vehicles carry an extended loan term of 7 years. Students interested in travel benefit from fee-free purchases of foreign drafts, as well as preferential exchange rates on the purchase and sale of foreign currency notes.
Club benefits also include a fee-free BOV Club Cashlink Visa Debit Card or a BOV Club Cashlink Electron Debit Card. Students can also take up a fee-free BOV Visa Classic or BOV Mastercard with a credit limit of €500, which can be increased to €900 if the BOV Club Member has a BOV Lifelink Assurance policy.
The BOV Club gifts and offers will be available to students up to the October 31, 2009. Further queries can be made at the BOV Club Stand at the University of Malta between the 22 and the 24 July 2009 or at any BOV Branch.


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22 July 2009


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