Want to get a credit card? Find out which one will suit you best
Updated : May 01, 2019 07:18 PM IST
According to data from the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), the number of outstanding credit cards went up 24.87 percent at 4.42 crore in December 2018, compared to 3.54 crore last year, Business Line reported.
If you are a low-income salaried person, it is best to choose a card that does not attract an annual fee and one that comes with a comparatively lesser rate of interest. Usually, with these cards, reward points are offered on select purchases such as grocery and fuel.
redit cards for women often come with a cash back or rewards on shopping at popular e-commerce and retail stores, entertainment, food, and travel. Do your research and pick a card that ideally meets these requirements and rewards your expenditure.