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IndusInd Bank launches one stop portal for all foreign exchange needs

IndusInd Bank launches one stop portal for all foreign exchange needs

New Delhi, Apr 18 (UNI) IndusInd Bank has launched a one-stop portal for all foreign exchange needs of Indian consumers. With the help of this portal, one can buy multi-currency foreign exchange cards and reload it anytime, anywhere in eight different currencies. The portal also gives the freedom to sell the foreign exchange currency after the international trip has been completed. Consumers can also use the portal to send money abroad for purposes such as education and medical requirements. One of the key benefits of this portal is that the customers can buy multi-currency forex card with zero currency conversion charges. The customer, therefore, clearly saves while exchanging the currency as no currency conversion mark-up is charged. Moreover, customers can enjoy ATM withdrawals abroad without any charges, which are usually levied by other cards. This facility will help them to travel with Less or No Cash and withdraw money once they reach overseas destination. The portal also provides telegraphic transfers for outward remittance and transfer of funds in 16 currencies. IndusForex card can be availed or reloaded simply by logging in at It is a simple, secured & paperless transaction, which can be done before departure and during transit with any one or all of the 8 available currencies, namely Australian Dollar (AUD), Canadian Dollar (CAD), EURO (EUR), Great Britain Pound (GBP), Singapore Dollar (SGD), Saudi Arabian Riyal (SAR), UAE Dirham (AED) and US Dollar (USD). Commenting on this, IndusInd Bank Head of Consumer Banking Sumant Kathpalia said, “Indians travelling abroad have three main priorities - secure and hassle-free travel, easy access to foreign currency and convenience of making payments- all on digital platform at zero conversion charges. offers all these benefits and more.” He said, “The portal provides the ease of travel with utmost security feature to our target audience. The Bank is focusing on ever growing travel requirements of the millennial and we hope to make mark in this segment.” UNI ADP RSA SHK 1708


OnePlus launches its new premium smartphone OnePlus 5T

New Delhi, Nov 17 (UNI) OnePlus, a global mobile technology company, has announced the launch of its new smartphone OnePlus 5T as latest premium flagship device.


WhatsApp messaging service back to normal

New Delhi, Nov 3(UNI) : After a brief glitch, popular messaging app ‘WhatsApp’ began working normally here.


Xiaomi announces new Redmi Y series in India starting at Rs 6999

New Delhi, Nov 2 (UNI) Global technology leader Xiaomi on Thursday announced the launch of a new smartphone series designed around people’s lifestyles with Redmi Y1 and Redmi Y1 Lite at a starting price of Rs 6999.


Dell Technologies to invest $1bn in IoT R&D over next 3 years

New Delhi, Oct 27 (UNI) Over the next three years, Dell Technologies will invest one billion dollars in new Internet of Things (IoT) products, solutions, labs, partner programme and ecosystem.


Apple reduced Face ID accuracy to ease production - Bloomberg

Undated, Oct 25 (Reuters) Apple Inc recently allowed its suppliers to reduce the accuracy of the iPhone X's facial recognition system to speed up production of the smartphone, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the situation.