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DateLine Sunday, 18 May 2008





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Government Gazette

5% saving on electricity bills with American Express

American Express, the credit card acquired and issued in Sri Lanka solely by Nations Trust Bank PLC launched a new benefit which will offer all American Express Cardmembers a 5% saving on their monthly electricity bill.

It is available for all Cardmembers who register three or more bill payments on the Automatic Bill Settlement Program, thereby benefiting from a 5% reduction from their first months electricity charges. American Express will offer this savings on all electricity bills registered before end June.

Currently American Express is the only credit card facilitated for bill payments at the Ceylon Electricity Board and LECO and is also the only card accepted at the National Water Supply and Drainage Board.

This gives American Express Cardmembers a unique convenience in terms of settling their utility bills.

DGM Consumer Banking at Nations Trust Bank PLC Renuka Fernando said, "We believe in offering value additions that are unique, specific and meet with the needs of today and we are confident that this facility will be of great value to our Cardmembers."


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