Standard Chartered revises bank fees
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Standard Chartered revises bank fees for its customers that utilise the individual banking product which will take effect from July 1st 2021. Working towards a better customer experience, the bank has revised its banking tariffs for the product of individual banking.

Standard Chartered offers a variety of products through its mobile banking app which customers can access with just a few clicks on their devices. In addition to that, it offers a rare opportunity to customers where they can skip the hustle of going to the bank physically and open up a digital life account in the comfort of their homes.

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Standard Chartered revises bank fees that cater for various account features under the product for individual banking like cash deposit, cash withdrawal, mobile money and utility payments and so much more.

Go to this link https://techrafiki.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/ug-scb_individual_banking_tariff_july.pdf to check out the revised tariffs from Standard Chartered bank.

Standard Chartered Bank Uganda Limited is an international Bank with a rich history spanning over 108 years of existence in the Ugandan market, having opened its doors on 12th August 1912, making it the longest established Commercial Bank in the country.

It has a total of 3 branches located at City, Lugogo and Speke Road, 25 ATMs, 8 Cash Deposit Machines, 2 digital banking outlets located at Shell Ntinda and Shell Kaazi and most recently launched Agent Banking with access to over 7,000 locations countrywide on the Agent Banking Shared Platform.

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