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 Thanachart Reinforces “the Doing Bank” Concept Offering One-Stop Service

“Deposit, Withdraw, Transfer and Bill Payment Quick and Easy at Thanachart”

Thanachart Bank Public Company Limited upholds its position as a leading financial institute of Thailand with the innovative “the Doing Bank” concept offering one-stop transaction banking “Deposit, Withdraw, Transfer and Bill Payment Quick and Easy at Thanachart” service. The service is to enhance convenience for customers to complete all transactions in one place be it domestic money transfer / cheque and international money transfer via Western Union whereas any customer with Thanachart account or ATM could receive and transfer money instantly, conveniently, swiftly and safely, 24 hours through more than 2,000 ATMs nationwide. Thanachart is proud to be the first service provider of the kind.

Also available is utility bill payment / goods and phone bill payment / mobile top up /  loan payment / credit card payment / insurance payment / credit bureau verification/ personal and juristic person tax payment / road tax payment / social security contribution payment and many more. Thanachart’s customers could enjoy all the services conveniently via over 620 Thanachart branches nationwide.

For further information please contact over 620 Thanachart branches nationwide or call centre 1770 or www.thanachartbank.co.th

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