Stanbic Bank Uganda launches a new campaign ‘Kwata Kwata,’ aimed at rewarding its customers who open personal bank accounts online, deposit at least UGX50,000 and transact 5 times or more while enjoying a seamless on-boarding banking experience with the best interest rates, digital interventions and customer service.
Stanbic Bank Manager, Digital and Social Media, Ms. Unnie Wamala, said the online account opening is intended to offer customers a quick, simplified and convenient way to open an account and get plenty of rewards after a series of successful transactions.
“We are excited to offer an easy platform for anyone who would like to open an online account with Stanbic Bank. As the bank that aims to make our clients dreams possible, it is important that we have an online gateway for customers to open accounts and unlock convenience. Anyone can open a personal bank account online with minimum fuss and yet win exciting cash prizes while accessing world class banking services,” Wamala explained.
Wamala noted that customers can now open accounts on the go using any camera compatible device with internet compatibility such as laptops, tablets and smartphones. The application is web-based, accessible off the bank website www.stanbicbank.co.ug.
The service also provides the opportunity for customers to deposit and immediately start transacting any amount onto their account remotely using our ATMs, Cash Deposit Machines, Agents and Mobile Money right away.
Wamala said that this opens one to a world of digital platforms that offer instant digital loans in 2 minutes, online international payments, online forex, bill and school fees payments and accessing bank statements, all without visiting the branch.
“Now more than ever, we are committed to making our customers lives easy while also being cognizant of the current times, we have to adapt and adopt alternative platforms to do our banking. We strongly believe in putting our customers at the center of everything we do. With this objective in mind, we have continued to introduce digital innovations and made improvements to our banking processes that have put our customers in greater control of their overall banking experience,” Wamala concluded.