Revolut has announced that it will be waiving fees on external bank transfers to India for 30 days, making it easy for Indians to send money to their loved ones. The information was revealed on the company's Twitter handle.
The company has also teamed up with with charities like the Disasters Emergency Committee and the Red Cross to help provide vital support to people across India.
"We don’t charge any fees to customers or charities, so 100% of every donation will directly support the cause of Covid Relief." Revolut
This is not the first time Nikolay Storonsky's Revolut is giving helping hands to a society. Last month, the company partnered with Anthony Joshua to launch a new product-glow in the dark debit card. The proceeds will be giving back to the boxing community in the UK.
These days, the company is becoming a financial super app with its numerous service. The company recently launched a new product called Revolut shopper, and it claims the product can transform the way people buy online.