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Revolut Business launched premium metal card

Customers on Revolut’s Grow, Scale and Enterprise plans will now be able to order metal cards for business use.

Revolut Business launched 3 years ago and has been very successful so far. Last month the company announced that it’s business banking option has hit a new milestone of 500,000 customers.

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Now the company offers metal cards that are “crafted from a single sheet of reinforced steel”. They are available in five colours.

With this step, Revolut is most likely trying to motivate its “free plan” users to move on to some of its premium options.

Depending on the customer’s selected premium plan, they’ll get £10K and 10 international payments, £50K and 50 international payments, or unlimited foreign exchange (FX) allowance and payments every month, at the real rate, with no extra fees.

“Metal cards have been among Revolut Business’ most requested features. We’re so excited to have businesses around the world using these stand-out cards,” said Vaidas Adomauskas, head of Revolut business

“But, more than that, we’re proud that these cards are backed by the very best of Revolut Business – powerful, personalized tools that give businesses ultimate control over their finances,” he added.

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