NDB rewards Good Life Debit Card promotion winners with iPhone 6S

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From left – Chalani Senanayake Associate Manager Marketing NDB, Gehan Dias AVP Cards & Alternate Channels NDB, Mangalika Ekanayake, KasunChaminda, Niranjan Balasundaram, Saman Nishantha, Sanjaya Senarath AVP Marketing NDB, Aruna Danthanarayana NDB Cards

National Development Bank PLC recently completed its Debit Card promotion by rewarding four lucky debit card holders with iPhone 6S phones. 


To get qualified for the raffle, NDB Debit Card holders had to spend a minimum of Rs. 5,000 on their POS transactions through Good Life Debit cards. The promotion was successfully conducted from 15thMarch to the 20th of April 2016. The Bank also rewarded 250 more lucky winners with a Rs.2,000  cash back rewards to their respective account.


NDB ‘Good Life’ Debit Cards are accessible to over millions of local and international VISA outlets and ATMs with guaranteed easy and secure online transactions.The globally recognized NDB ‘Good Life’ Credit Cards carry the chip enabled security that would assure highest security.  With NDB Good Life Debit cards you could access your money 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Now with the newly introduced NDB Mobile Banking App, Good Life Card holders can protect the card and bank with convenience to perform any transaction from wherever, whenever.


Applications for NDB ‘Good Life’ Debit and Credit Cards could be made at any one of the NDB branches island wide. Further assistance and details on NDB ‘Good Life’ Cards can be obtained from the Bank’s 24 hour Call Centre on 011 244 8888, visiting the bank’s corporate website via www.ndbbank.com  or referring to the dedicated digital page via www.ndbGood Life.com

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