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In terms of utility payments is the SCB Singpost/Spree Card a good deal?

Who knows if the SCB Singpost/Spree card work for Ezlink transactions and in addition phone/internet bill payments? Can anyone shed more light on this for me?

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    In terms of Utility payment, it is best to look for each retailer's website offer with the banks, so that you aim for the best deal as they have partnership that may offer better deals however if the retailers of your choice has no other deal, SCB Spree has no exclusion, so you can use it for anything inclusive of phone/internet bills and still get the 1.5% cashback.

    2019.08.01 4:4

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