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Egg and Excite UK sign internet deal

Prudential&#39s internet banking arm Egg has signed a deal with website browser Excite UK.


The exclusive deal which could be worth close to £2m depending on sales, will give Excite users access to Egg&#39s new internet credit card which is being launched later this year, as well other services offered by the bank.


The deal will ensure Excite is Egg&#39s first choice partner when other services and new products are launched.


Egg e-commerce partnerships manager Wendy tan says: &#34Our deal with Excite is crucial our business.


&#34We need to target the new and fast growing internet generation by fostering strong e-commerce partnerships to benefit our customers.&#34



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