Review & Rating BOC UnionPay Dual Currency Debit Card 2021
Bank of China's UnionPay Dual Currency Debit Card presents a limited edition of the BOC UnionPay Debit Card in SGD and RMB that you can conveniently use and access at anywhere you might want to use your card at, all across the globe.
Bank of China
Bank of China, the Bank with the longest continuous operation among Chinese banks, is one of the four biggest state-owned commercial banks in China. It was founded in 1912 by the Republican government and as of 31 December 2009, was the second-largest lender in China overall. Bank of China Limited provides banking services to individuals, enterprises, and other clients. The Company offers deposits, loans, foreign currency transaction, fund settlement, and other services. As China’s most globally active bank, Bank of China has a well-established global service network with institutions set up across the Chinese mainland as well as in 57 countries and regions. It has established an integrated service platform based on the pillars of its corporate banking, personal banking, financial markets, and other commercial banking business, which offers investment banking, direct investment, securities, insurance, funds, aircraft leasing, and other areas, thus providing its customers with an extensive range of financial services.
No transaction fee for your cash withdrawal via 24,000 BOC ATMs in Mainland China
BOC UnionPay Dual Currency Debit Card / Bank of China
With this card there are no currency exchange fees for all RMB transactions through RMB account. Plus enjoy convenience via UnionPay, the largest payment network in China. Interestingly, if the balance on your RMB sub-account is insufficient, the card will deduct from your SGD sub-account based on BOC’s real time exchange rate. There are no transaction fee for your cash withdrawal via 24,000 BOC ATMs in Mainland China for a limited time however.