Zenith Bank launches free banking for senior citizens
The Zenith Timeless Account, targeted at Nigerians aged 55 years and above, allows senior citizens in the country to enjoy free financial services.
Zenith Bank Plc, a leading Nigerian commercial bank, has launched a new product targeted at Nigerians aged 55 years and above. According to a statement released by the bank, the product, called Zenith Timeless Account, allows senior citizens in the country to enjoy free financial services.
The demographic that the Zenith Timeless Account targets includes senior citizens who are pensioners as well as potential and existing retirees. The product allows them to bank for free and conduct banking transactions with ease.
Zenith Bank, whose vision is to become the leading Nigerian, technology-driven, global financial institution that provides distinctive range of financial services, said holders of the Zenith Timeless Account enjoy interest on savings account and they are not required to pay maintenance, debit card, cheque book, or SMS notification fees. They also enjoy priority treatment at all Zenith Bank branches nationwide, and have access to a wide range of travel and holiday offers on tickets.
Any customer of Zenith Bank who has an old savings or current account and is above 55 years old can reactivate their accounts and begin to enjoy all the benefits of the Zenith Timeless Account.
To open a Zenith Timeless Account or reactivate an old account and enjoy the benefits of the banking service for senior citizens, new and existing customers can visit the bank’s website, www.zenithbank.com, or any of Zenith Bank branches.
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