- The funds were raised during a campaign, in which the Bank committed to donate 10 stotinki for each purchase made by a customer with their phone in the period from 18th December until the end of 2020;
- The payment with a phone, instead of cash or card is fast, easy and convenient for the customers.
UniCredit Bulbank have donated another 6,300 BGN to “Bulgarian Christmas”. The amount was raised during a campaign in which the leading bank committed to donate 10 stotinki in support of children with chronic diseases for each payment made by a customer with a phone in the period 18-31 December 2020.
With a little over 63 thousand payments made through the so-called digital wallet, the customers of UniCredit Bulbank will contribute to the procurement of modern medical equipment for children's clinics and wards throughout the country through the "Bulgarian Christmas" campaign. In addition, the bank supports the campaign as a main sponsor of the Bulgarian Christmas concert.
"We believe that thanks to this idea, which was born at the initiative of young, talented and committed colleagues, we were able to further contribute to our shared cause of supporting children with chronic diseases and their families," said Teodora Petkova, CEO of UniCredit Bulbank and Chairperson of the Management Board of the bank.
The payment with a phone, instead of cash or card, is fast, easy and convenient for the customers.
If the customers with physical cards issued by UniCredit Bulbank have not digitalized them yet, they can do so in just a few minutes. Regardless of whether the card is Visa or Mastercard, it can be easily added to Apple Wallet to make payments with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac. The owners of mobile phones with Android iOS can use the integrated digital wallet in the mobile banking app – Bulbank Mobile.
Additional media information:
Ekaterina Ancheva, tel +359 (0) 2 9264 963, flbufsjob/bodifwbAvojdsfejuhspvq/ch
Beatris Nikolova, tel +359 (0) 2 9232 528, cfbusjt/ojlpmpwbAvojdsfejuhspvq/ch
Victoria Blajeva, tel +359 (0) 2 9264 993, wjlj/ebwjepwbAvojdsfejuhspvq/ch