Updated on 09/20/2021 01:30 am
Due to the accelerated digitization process produced by sanitary restrictions, the use of electronic payment and digital wallets has been consolidated. According to the 10th Report on Trends in Payment Methods, Minsait Payments, prepared for Latin American and European countries, more than 50% of the banked adult population of all the countries analyzed has reduced or abandoned payment with cash. In Peru, 6 out of 10 people say they have increased the use of digital wallets, which shows that the benefits of digital banking are increasingly preferred.
With these needs in mind, BanBif recently launched HOLAbank, the digital world of its products and service channels. The objective of HOLAbank is to extend the good results obtained —which have positioned BanBif as the bank with the best customer experience— and to offer new products such as the Digital Savings Account.
The BanBif Digital Savings Account offers many facilities. First of all, this account can be opened and activated without leaving home: it is not necessary to go to any bank branch. You just need to open the account on the BanBif website and then activate it in the HOLAbank app. The Digital Savings Account does not require a minimum opening amount and, in addition, you can grow your money easily and safely with its 3% TREA rate in soles.
Also, if you are a new customer, this account is attached to a virtual debit card, which has become one of the public’s favorite products thanks to its various benefits. It allows you to make purchases online more securely in thousands of establishments, it has no monthly maintenance cost and it has exclusive promotions of up to 50% in the HOLA club.
With products such as the Digital Savings Account and the HOLAbank app, BanBif seeks to reaffirm its commitment to provide a unique experience by adapting to the new needs and demands of its customers.
If you want more information about the BanBif Digital Savings Account, enter here. You can also communicate through their social networks (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter), by calling their telephone banking at 01 6319000 (Lima), 0-801-0-0456 (provinces), or by going to any of their offices nationwide .