Virgin Money reveals credit card deal

Thursday, 17 March 2011 11:53

A new 18 month credit card balance transfer deal has been revealed by Virgin Money.

The firm announced it is extending the zero per cent introductory period on its balance transfer credit card from 16 months to 18 months for new customers.

A representative rate of 16.8 per cent APR will be in place once the introductory period ends.

Grant Bather, spokesman for Virgin Money said: "We are delighted to launch this new credit card balance transfer deal which can help make our customers better off."

He added the 18 month zero per cent balance transfer deal is great for those who are looking for some extra breathing space to pay down their debt.

Virgin Money also pointed out its credit cards incorporate contactless technology, allowing customers to pay for items up to £15 hassle free just by holding their card to a reader without having to enter their PIN.

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