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KTC offers Personal Loans new member a burden-alleviating only 9% per annum interest rate for one billing cycle. Apply now to save more.

Miss Sudaporn Janwatanagool, Executive Vice President of Personal Loans Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, said “In this third quarter of the year, KTC is running a new campaign to attract new KTC CASH Revolve members. Our aim is to impress them with privileges right from beginning of their membership. By this, the promotion will be consistently using KTC’s main corporate thematic of 13th the lucky number. For amounts withdrawn on the 13th of any month between July and November 2013, the interest rate of 9% per annum will apply for one billing cycle. Interest difference will be credited back into the account of the members. This offer is available to new members applying and approved from now until October 31st, 2013. SMS registration is required. Text RLF followed by 13-digit citizen identification number to 4535588 or register online at by November 13th, 2013. Members also need to maintain a minimum outstanding balance of 18,000 Baht on all days during the first two billing cycles from the date of approval.”
“We believe this campaign will play a role in driving the size of our member base up by 10% by the end of 2013.”

For more information or details, please contact the Personal Loans Service Center, KTC Phone at 02-665-5000 Ext. 6 and 2 or visit


For more information:        

Public and Corporate Affairs Department, Krungthai Card Public Company Limited

Kandtharat    Chermchitphong    Tel.  0-2828-5057

Suchada         Weerasakulrak    Tel.  0-2828-5732   

Fax. 0-2828-5046   


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