* Update 27 April 2021: The crediting rates for new Dash PET sign ups with effect from 27 April 2021 will be 1.3%* p.a. for the first year for the first $10,000, and 0.3%* p.a. for the first year for amount more than $10,000. Crediting rate is non-guaranteed. Dash PET by Etiqa Insurance, the latest insurance savings plan available on Singtel Dash, allows users to Protect, Earn and Transact – basically taking care of you! You can earn up to 1.7% p.a.*
Are you looking for a new insurance savings plan that allows you to Protect, Earn, and Transact (PET)? Then you might be interested in a project called Dash PET. If you’ve read the title and clicked in, you would have known that this policy is not for your pet. The insurance savings plan is part of a product offered by Etiqa Insurance in collaboration with Singtel Dash. Etiqa Insurance is a licensed life and general insurance company registered in Singapore.
In a blink of an eye, the month of December is upon us… which also means that Christmas is just around the corner! In an unprecedented year plagued by a global pandemic, it’s timely to take stock, and show our appreciation for our loved ones as we approach the festive period. As we commemorate the spirit of giving, here’s how you can spread even more festive joy as you spend with Singtel Dash this Christmas. Dash it, Shake it, Share
Singtel’s Dash, the all-in-one mobile wallet for your everyday needs, has now given its customers even more reasons to spend on the Dash mobile app. With the launch of its flagship rewards programme, Dash Rewards, Dash users can let their dollars go the extra mile each time they spend, so they can enjoy more experiences they love. How To Earn Dash Reward Points For every dollar spent on your purchases, whether online at any of your favourite e-commerce merchants or
We’re in the middle of a global pandemic, and with the economy swinging up and down, protecting and growing your money is a common concern. Some people may find it easier to save now that they’re home more often, but putting your paycheck in the bank isn’t making the most of your hard-earned savings, especially with banks reducing interest rates across the board. In these uncertain times, it is definitely prudent to consider safe and flexible options to save smarter