Most Popular Credit Cards In India

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, March 12, 2014
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BANGALORE: At present, Credit cards have become a part and parcel of most of the people especially among the high and the upper middle class families. Of late, people don’t leave their home with liquid cash instead they always prefer to carry the so called plastic money. Despite the fact that it is one of the most sought after cards, most of the Indians apply for it without even aware of the benefits and features of the card. So, if you have a plan to get a credit card, customer services and hidden charges are some mandatory factors to be considered a card. In order to find out which is the best credit card for you, the first and foremost thing to do is to understand your own requirements from a credit card.

Let’s have a quick look at the list of best credit cards in India, as compiled by Manish Chauhan in JAGOINVESTOR.

1. HDFC Credit Cards: When it comes to the best credit card in India, it is none other than HDFC. The Bank provides you with the best credit cards where you can actually pick up one that suits you the best. Each card is designed with special benefits and services that are ideal for your lifestyle and provide you with extreme convenience, unmatched benefits and some jaw-dropping discounts.
Features like cash backs, discounts, frequent flier miles or movie tickets depending on your lifestyle are some of the features offered in HDFC credit card. Some of the best cards of HDFC include Regalia Card, Diners club, platinum plus cards, Jet privilege and Superia Titanium Edge. There are cards for women too like Solitaire credit card.

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