QNB has announced the names of 80 winners of a draw held as part of a campaign it launched to encourage customers to take advantage of its Internet and Mobile Banking services.
The winners have each received 60,000 Life Rewards points, which they can use for various banking transactions, such as bill payments, redemption of Qmiles and Nojoom points and more.
Customers were eligible to enter the draw after completing various transactions via QNB’s Mobile and Internet Banking channels, including bank transfers to beneficiaries inside and outside of Qatar, Western Union remittances, PayPal transfers, bill payments, and payment of prepaid vouchers for any of the following partners: Ooredoo, Vodafone Qatar, Qatar Post, Qatar Cool or Kahramaa. All newly registered QNB Internet and Mobile Banking customers got a chance to enter the draw.
“The campaign aims to reward customers for their trust in the bank’s online banking services and is part of its ongoing efforts to provide the best experiences for its customers. The campaign also falls within the bank’s constant efforts to provide banking services that combine today’s needs with future aspirations,” the bank has said in a statement.
QNB has stressed that it is keen to provide the best digital banking services for its customers, including flexible transfers worldwide, bill payments, the scheduling of recurring transfers, in addition to innovative and secure solutions for Internet and Mobile Banking services.
QNB Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies extends to more than 31 countries across three continents providing a range of advanced products and services.
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