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Standard Bank takes over Capitec Bank with a small account, gigabytes of free data



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(Also, read: Absa was the most complaining to the bank in South Africa)

Standard Bank launches a new bank account per R4.95 per monthIn spite of".

Account holders get 1 GB of free data when they sign up for an account in Standard Bank.

Drag the card four times a month, and you get free R50 broadcasting time and 0.5 GB of free data.

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