PNB FD Scheme: 666 days special FD with PNB, will get incredible returns –

PNB FD Scheme: Punjab National Bank has recently launched a FD scheme of 666 days. This scheme has become increasingly popular. Investors have made this scheme very popular for savings. Interest of up to 8 percent can be earned under this fixed deposit scheme. Currently Punjab National Bank has started great advertisement for this scheme. Those ads are also very liked by the netizens.

The fact is that recently Zomato and Blinkit posted an advertisement on micro-blogging platform Twitter, with the tagline, ‘Dudh Mangoge, Dudh Denge’ and ‘Kheer Mangoge, Kheer Denge’. Soon after this trend became popular, several other companies started offering this type of advertisement. Recently Punjab National Bank also posted the picture of the billboard with the tagline.

Posting these ads on Twitter, the bank wrote, “Instant Account Mangoge, but Banking Denge.” 4 pictures were also posted in that tweet. Punjab National Bank wrote 4 different taglines in those 4 pictures. It says, “Savings Mangoge, 666 days FD scheme will pay interest at 8.10.” “Personal Loan Mangoge, Pre-Approve Personal Loan Denge.” “Credit Card Mangonge, Pre-Qualified Credit Card Denge.” “Bank from Home Mangoge, WhatsApp Banking Denge.”

What exactly is 666 day FD scheme?

Under this 666-day fixed deposit scheme of Punjab National Bank (PNB), the investor will get an interest rate of 8.10 percent. Recently the bank launched this scheme during Christmas. Application can be made through PNB One app to invest in this scheme. Besides, investments can be made in the bank through internet banking or visiting the nearest branch.

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How much interest is earned on this FD?

PNB usually offers interest ranging from 3.50 percent to 6.10 percent. This gives interest from 7 days to 10 years. Besides, this bank offers interest rates of 4 to 6.90 percent to senior citizens. But the bank’s 666-day fixed deposit scheme will earn interest at 8.10 per cent.

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