Photo Release: KBanks Fabulous New Pokemon Debit Card Expecting 200,000 cards to be issued in 1 year

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Tuesday September 19, 2017 15:31
Bangkok--19 Sep--KASIKORNBANK

Ms. Supaneewan Chutrakul, KBank First Senior Vice President, has introduced KBank's new K-Pokemon Debit Card, the highlight of this year's character card offers. They can be applied for via the KBank K PLUS mobile app, and there are five designs to choose from, but only two designs are available at KBank branches nationwide. Those getting a Pokemon Card will also get a lovely Pokemon bag as a premium gift. A Pokemon doll will be given exclusively to card applicants at the "Pokemon World" event, September 18-19, at the Fashion Hall, 1st floor, Siam Paragon. KBank expects a total of 200,000 more Pokemon cards to be issued within one year, and aims get the aggregate number of debit cards at over 12 million and total card spending of THB70 billion by the end of 2017.


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