Jagoans, are you looking for ways to save money? There are many ways to be economical. You can cook at home instead of eating at a restaurant. You can apply the Do It Yourself (DIY) technique instead of buying new things. But, did you know that if you have a Jago account, you can also save money?
Save Money by Having a Jago Account
1. No need to spend money at all for monthly admin fees
Try calculating how much admin fees that your bank charges every month. When multiplied by 12 months, how much do you spend just to pay admin fees for a year?
With Bank Jago, you don't need to pay monthly admin fees. It's really easy to open an account at Bank Jago. You just need to download the Jago application and then complete the registration to create a Jago account.
2. Free e-Wallet top-ups and interbank transfers
Jagoans who like online shopping must be familiar with what is called an e-Wallet top-up. If you love snacking, you must have bought food with GoFood often.
How many times do you do top-ups in a month? There must be an admin fee charged to you every time you top up. Although small, if you accumulate it, the amount is actually quite big.
What about interbank transfers? Usually the transfer fee that you have to pay is bigger than the top up fee. It's a bit upsetting when you have to do many transfers to other bank accounts to complete various transactions.
But you can forget all those fees once you have a Jago account. Especially for GoPay top-ups, you can enjoy free top-up fees with unlimited top-up times, because Jago and Gojek have become partners.
What’s more, you can also enjoy free top-up fees for any e-Wallet and transfers between banks.
3. Can have 6 Jago debit cards without any fees
Many people choose to use a debit card when shopping or making a purchase because it is more convenient. There is no need to carry cash everywhere. How was your experience applying for a debit card? Some banks charge a debit card fee.
But with Bank Jago, you can have not 1 but 6 debit cards and you don't have to pay any fees. The free quota depends on your Account Level and takes effect October 1, 2022.
4. Can withdraw money from other banks’ ATMs free of charge
If you already have a Jago Visa Debit Card, you can withdraw cash from ATMs that are part of the Bersama and Alto network up to 5 months free of charge. Starting 1 September 2022, the quota can be increased up to 10 times per month free of charge, depending on your Account Level.
So what do you think, Jagoan? How great are the savings that you can enjoy? You can use the money collected from not having to pay admin fees to meet other needs. You can also save the money in a Locked Pocket.