BMB launches RuPay debit card with EMV chip

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Bharatiya Mahila Bank today launched BMB RuPay Debit Card with EMV chip.

BMB said the cards can be accepted at all NFS Network ATMs of over 1.73 lakh, 9.89 lakh POS terminals at Merchants Establishments and over 15,000 online merchant sites.

"...The launch symbolises BMB's eagerness and commitment in taking all technology services to its valued customers at the earliest," CMD Usha Ananthasubramanian said in a release.

The Bank will soon be introducing other innovative, value added products and services -- EKYC for hassle-free account opening and biometric authentication services for illiterate customers, she said.

BMB has already set up 23 ATMs that accept cards of all brands and plans to deploy 60 ATMs in current year, it said.

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