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People’s Bank opens Self Banking Units in Ragala and Hanguranketha

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People’s Bank recently opened Self Banking Units at its branches in Ragala and Hangurakentha. 

These Self Banking Units are equipped with an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM), Cash Deposit Machine (CDM) and a Kiosk for payment of utility bills. With the establishment of the new Self Banking Units, customers in Ragala and Hanguranketha can enjoy a convenient and efficient banking experience 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and all year round. 

People’s Bank Assistant General Manager (Channel Management) Krishantha Gunaratne, Nuwara Eliya Regional Branch Manager O.K.R.D. Wasantha, Ragala Branch Manager P.H.J. Wickramasinghe and Hanguranketha Branch Manager Malani Wickramasinghe as well as People’s Bank staff and customers were present at this occasion.


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