FNB dangles uncapped ADSL carrot

FNB has updated its Gold and Platinum account rewards programmes, offering discounted uncapped ADSL and data packages to its qualifying customers.

The updated rewards now include up to 80% off and 100% off uncapped ADSL, as well as 400MB and 500MB of mobile data, for Gold and Platinum account holders, respectively.

FNB has not yet released details on pricing and its planned uncapped ADSL accounts, explaining that it will provide information during the next few weeks.

How FNB rewards work

The level of rewards you earn on FNB Gold and Platinum accounts depends on how you use the bank’s services. Levels are determined by the total amount of “points” you accrue each month and points are given based on account activity.

Total points accumulated over a 12 month rolling period will determine your reward level.

FNB Gold rewards levels
FNB Gold rewards levels (click to enlarge)
FNB Platinum rewards levels
FNB Platinum rewards levels

To qualify for rewards, customers need to:

  • register for eBucks;
  • have an active cheque account in good standing;
  • have total monthly deposits of R5,500 for Gold and young professionals, and R16,500 for Platinum customers;
  • allow FNB marketing communiation;
  • transact via digital channels at least once a month.

The following will boost points earned per month for both Gold and Platinum Account holders:

  • have an active credit card;
  • sign up for optional insurance products (smart device, debt and roadside);
  • make use of credit products (overdraft, revolving or temporary loan);
  • have a linked Savings Pocket account and Bank Your Change;
  • have an active FNB tablet, smartphone and laptop contract;
  • have an active Fluid Account.

The updated rewards programme will take effect from 1 July 2013, and will be reflected through online banking from 8 August 2013.

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