UOB Mastercard Debit

  • FAST CASH ALL OVER THE WORLD

Special Privileges

Special Privileges
  • 2-in-1 card combines the convenience an ATM card and Debit card all in one card.
  • The daily maximum cash withdrawal is up to THB 100,000.
  • The daily maximum spending by a UOB Debit card is up to THB 100,000. (excluding cash withdrawal)
  • Withdraw cash just like an ATM card from nationwide and worldwide ATMs displaying Promptcard or MasterCard sign.
  • Track your spending from monthly statement for free.
  • Phone Banking 24-hour service 0-2285-1555

Applicant Requirements

Applicant Requirements
  • 15 Years of age
  • Have a Saving Account with UOB Bank

Application Condition

Application Condition
  • 1person / card

Required Documents

Required Documents
  • Certified Copy of ID Card / Passport

Fees

Fees
  • Entrance fee THB 100
  • Annual fee THB 300

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UOB ATM Regional Switch

UOB ATM Services throughout Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia
  • UOBT Debit Card, cash withdrawal and balance inquiry are available on UOB ATM throughout Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
  • Free of charge
Disclosure of Foreign Currency Exchange Risk Premium

When cardholder uses debit card to make payment for goods and/or services and/or cash withdrawal in a foreign currency, the expense incurred will be collected in Thai Baht. The collected amount is converted at the exchange rate applicable by each credit card company of which United Overseas Bank (Thai) Plc is a member as of the date such expenses were collected from the Bank on actual collection basis where the expense is not incurred in USD, the credit card company may convert it into USD then from USD to Thai Baht.

Debit cardholders may view the exchanges rates via the below links for preliminary reference:

  • For MasterCard 
    (https://www.mastercard.us/en-us/consumers/get-support/convert-currency.html)
  • For VISA
    (http://corporate.visa.com/pd/ consumer_services/ consumer_ex_rates.jsp)

For the purpose of risk protection, the Bank will charge an exchange risk-hedging premium on the top of the converted amount at a rate not exceeding 2.5% of the expense incurred.