Unichange Announces Free Virtual Bitcoin Debit Cards Giveaway
Unichange, an innovative P2P exchange provider, has announced the giveaway of free Unichange virtual debit cards to every customer ordering a Unichange plastic Bitcoin debit card. The virtual bitcoin debit cards can be used at Amazon, AliExpress and more outlets.
“In order to get free virtual debit card customer should order any plastic Unichange debit card”, Unichange said. “Virtual card will be issued in the same currency as the ordered plastic card. If customer orders 2 plastic cards (in USD and EUR currencies), 2 virtual cards (in USD and EUR currencies) will be issued to the customer free of charge.”
For ordering plastic Unichange card, customers are required to meet the following conditions:
- They should have registered account on Unichange and verified cell phone number.
- They should provide the copy of ID and utility bill to confirm own identity and address.
- For every card order, Unichange requests them to provide additional active email address (preferably with 2-Factor Authentication).
Plastic and virtual Unichange cards can be ordered in both EUR and USD currencies. As the delivery of virtual card is instant, customers can use their virtual card while waiting for arrival of the ordered plastic card. Funds on the virtual card can be transferred to the plastic card as soon as it has been received.
Unichange has very low fees of only 0.7% fee for Bitcoin, Litecoin and BTC-e USD codes to Unichange card transfer. Once funds appear on Unichange these funds are fully covered by the card provider with EMI license, and customers can use the funds on their card worldwide.
Unichange cards are low cost (plastic cards cost 9 USD or 8 EUR) and allow ATM withdrawal limits up to 90 000 USD/EUR monthly. Also, it allows unlimited POS transactions (cards can be used at AliExpress, Amazon, Taobao, eBay etc). Funding of card balance with Bitcoin, Litecoin, BTC-e code and other methods are also available.
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