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Revolut launches four new metal card colors

  • UK challenger bank Revolut has signed up hundreds of thousands of users to its premium accounts.
  • Now, the firm has unveiled four new colors to join the original black Revolut Metal card.
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Revolut launches four new metal card colors

The musician John Mayer once said that life is like a box of crayons. Now, people who fancy themselves the 64-color variety have a few more options of debit cards to choose from. Revolut announced that it is launching four new metal card colors.

What's happening: The European challenger bank is adding a splash of color to its Metal debit card offering with the introduction of four new metal card colors: Gold, Rose Gold, Silver and Space Grey.

  • These cards join the original black edition that was released when Revolut Metal was launched in August 2018
Revolut unveils new metal cards in four colors
Revolut has unveiled four new colors of its Metal card

Revolut Metal is the -mium of the business model: Revolut offers a freemium business model. Users can get a debit card and a basic account for free. Metal comes at a price.

  • For a yearly subscription of £12.99 per month, or £120 a year, Metal account holders get access to a variety of services
  • According to the firm, it's signed up 'hundreds of thousands of people' to its Metal subscription plan since it launched in August 2018
  • Benefits include up to 1% cashback in any of Revolut’s 29 supported currencies and 5 supported cryptocurrencies, a dedicated concierge service for booking things like flights and festival tickets, and early access to new features, like the anticipated commission-free trading platform in the works

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