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ProvidusBank provides customers access to Mastercard service in Nigeria

ProvidusBank launches World Elite Mastercard offering in Nigeria, providing affluent consumers and frequent travellers with a range of priceless benefits and lifestyle privileges both at home and abroad. This is the first launch of World Elite Mastercard in Sub-Saharan Africa.

During the launch held in Lagos, Managing Director/CEO, ProvidusBank said, “We strive to provide cutting-edge technology that delivers best-in-class customer satisfaction, and our customers demand access to the most innovative solutions. The World Elite Mastercard platform provides access to an exclusive global network of benefits that satisfies every lifestyle and travel need.”

The World Elite Mastercard card provides the convenience, flexibility, reliability and safety that every premium cardholder expects in the search for the finest that life has to offer. This includes access to loyalty programme upgrades, privileges at luxury accommodation and unforgettable shopping experiences.

Vice President and Area Business Head, West Africa, Mastercard, Omokehinde Adebanjo said that With World Elite Mastercard, cardholders no longer have to imagine. Other benefits include access to over 600 airport lounges for the cardholder as well as a guest, priority check-in, excess baggage allowance or hassle-free car rental and exclusive benefits at the world’s busiest airports. “Cardholders will have access to personalised services through the Mastercard Airport Concierge.

The market is increasingly looking for experiences that drive personal growth and happiness, as opposed to the ownership of material possessions. Our World Elite Mastercard premium offering is specifically aimed at creating incomparable experiences for consumers and their loved ones by providing hassle-free advantages, savings and privileged access to a rich offering of luxurious travel and lifestyle benefits

 


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