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KTC offers great deal requiring only 599 rewards points
at 295 Mister Donut branches across Thailand.

            Mrs. Pranaya Nithananon , Vice President - Card Usage, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, together with, Mr. Kantapol Srisuwan , General Manager, Mister Donut, revealed the strength of Forever Rewards points that members can use even few points to claim worthy items by offering special privileges to KTC members by using as few as 599 points to claim four donuts worth 60 Baht or 999 points to claim a set of four donuts plus two pon de ring or saku saku worth 104 Baht. Alternatively, members can use 1,000 points for the 100 Baht payment of food and drinks. Offers are valid from now until 30 June 2013. Mister Donut is operated by Central Restaurant Group (CRG) with as many as 295 branches nationwide with the greatest amounts of EDC machine installed.

            For more information, please call KTC Phone at 0-2665-5000 or visit www.ktc.co.th or Mister Donut Call Center at     0-2663-3888 or visit http://www.facebook/MisterDonutThailand.

 Public and Corporate Affairs Department

Krungthai Card Public Company Limited

Kandtharat      Chermchitphong         Tel.  0-2828-5057

Suchada         Weerasakulrak            Tel.  0-2828-5732

Keeta             Vongkittipat               Tel.  0-2828-5402

                                                   Fax. 0-2828-5046

                                                   E-mail: ktc_pr@ktc.co.th

 



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