QNB has announced that it
has prepared for this year’s National Day celebrations in a “unique
way”, offering loyal customers a limited-edition prepaid card under the
theme of ‘Promise of prosperity and glory’.
The card has been issued in an effort by QNB to “express national pride and patriotism and to stress oneness among the people of Qatar on the glorious Qatar National Day, celebrated annually on December 18”, QNB has said in a statement. “A piece of identity carefully crafted, QNB’s card combines art, technology and global recognition along with a tailor-made benefits package designed to serve the needs of its customers and meet their aspirations,” the statement noted.
QNB has stressed that the card, which has enhanced security through Chip & Pin technology, is also safer than cash and enables tracking as well as spend management when used locally or internationally.
The ‘QNB Qatar National Day Limited Edition Prepaid Card’, which will be available to customers this month, provides cardholders with a number of features and benefits that include global acceptance, secure online purchase, local & international cash withdrawals at millions of ATMs, easy reload of funds at over 400 QNB ATMs and automatic SMS alert after every card use.
Cardholders will receive a cash bonus of QR1,000 for every QR100,000 deposit with QNB up to a maximum of QR46,000. Deposits of QR150,000 or more will also entitle them to a free QNB First credit card.
“The card’s theme, which quotes His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, is a reflection of the Qatari people’s national pride and spirit of patriotism and loyalty to the wise leadership and homeland to help build Qatar’s bright future through generations,” said Heba al-Tamimi, general manager, QNB Group Retail.
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