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Curve launches premium Metal card in Europe

Curve is a UK based banking platform that consolidates multiple cards into a single card and app. Now it rolls out premium Curve Metal card and other features in the European Economic Area (EEA).

According to the Curve’s press release, Curve Metal has been one of the most requested services by the banking platform’s European customers since it was first released to UK customers in January 2019.

Curve customers in the EEA are now able to receive the cashback, have increased spend limits, as well as free debit fronted credit transactions.

Other functionalities that accompany Curve’s Metal card product include is travel insurance, discounted lounge access with LoungeKey, foreign exchange rates info, and phone insurance. This all comes for a subscription fee of €14.99 a month or €150 a year.

“Curve Metal is the only card of its kind on the market and Curve’s customers have been desperate to get their hands on one of our beautifully crafted cards and benefit from its premium features for quite some time now,” said Nathalie Oestmann, COO at Curve.

“The immediate availability of our premium tier in the EEA is a clear commitment to our growth throughout Europe and is yet another important step to realise our vision of a connected, simplified and unified financial world,” she added.

Last month, Curve has also launched numberless Mastercard cards for their crowdfunding “investors”. Read more about this in the full article below.

Read also: Curve launches numberless investor cards

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