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you go to pattaya, jomtien beach branch bangkok bank , the branch is located around the corner soi 5 oposite the market. say you wish to open a savings acc. and an accident insurance .
 
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Pity the cover isn't good
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1 minute ago, Jumbo1968 said:

If you are under 65 you get free accident insurance with a Bangkok Bank Savings Account

Really, didn't know that. I guess it is for new applicants only and just for a year?

 

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2 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:
1 hour ago, Jumbo1968 said:
If you are under 65 you get free accident insurance with a Bangkok Bank Savings Account

If its free why not but the cover is generally poor. It will be something like 20k. Is it a new offer giving free insurance?

I had no idea I had the it till they told me after I turned 65 I couldn’t have it, it’s via a Be 1st Smart Debit Card.

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1 hour ago, Jumbo1968 said:

If you are under 65 you get free accident insurance with a Bangkok Bank Savings Account

Only if you have the Be1st Smart TPN Rabbit Siriraj Card

And only up to 5000THB per accident

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I had no idea I had the it till they told me after I turned 65 I couldn’t have it, it’s via a Be 1st Smart Debit Card.
i had a look, its unclear which one you have but its likely it covers zero medical expenses, anyway free is free i guess
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