FNB is the first bank in the country to offer the ASUS Google Nexus 7 3G and Wi-Fi tablet.
‚”Digital Banking via the latest devices is a critical strategy at FNB. We are driving down banking costs via our digital channels and we are offering the very latest technology to our customers‚” says Kartik Mistry, Head of Smart Devices at FNB Core Banking Solutions.
Once again, FNB gives customers exclusive access to the latest and most innovative devices on the market in order to drive self-service banking. FNB’s Smartphone and Tablet offer enables clients to pay off the latest smartphones and tablets over 24 months and FNB has distributed more than 140 000 devices since it became the first bank to offer smart devices in October 2011.
The Nexus is compatible with the Android version of the FNB Banking App for tablets. Farren Roper, Head of FNB Connect ISP and Business Operations says: ‚”this tablet offer together with our FNB Banking App and free data is part of a unique offer from FNB. The FNB Banking App was developed in house and the data is also provided by our own internal ISP. We are creating a vibrant ecosystem, aimed at adding value to clients.‚”
Qualifying FNB Personal Cheque Account clients can get up to 3GB ADSL data free per month and FNB Connect offers clients free YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn between 7pm and 11pm so clients can bank, work and play without incurring extra costs.
The Nexus 7 is available from R169 per month. Devices are available to new and existing qualifying FNB Personal Cheque Account clients and can be ordered by simply SMSing ‚’FNB’ to 32812 (standard network rates apply) or applying online atwww.fnb.co.za. Terms and conditions Apply.
The eagerly anticipated Nexus device is much more than just a tablet. It’s a connection to the best of Google‚Äî an improved version of Jelly Bean and more entertaining than ever before ‚Äî all available on Google Play. Perfect for downloading apps, reading eBooks and watching films, the tablet comes pre-loaded with popular Google Apps including Gmail, Chrome, Google+ and YouTube. Featuring a stunning 7‚” display, colours are vibrant, with over 9 hours of HD video playback and a powerful 1.3GHz quad-core processor.
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