Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has congratulated its valued customers on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr and announces that all its malls branches will open their doors starting from the evening of the second day of Eid, while its branch at Hamad International Airport will remain open non-stop to serve customers.
Branches open will include Al Gharafa (Q-Mall), City Center, Dar Al Salam Mall, The Gate Mall, Mall of Qatar, Doha Festival City, Tawar Mall, and Mirqab Mall. Their working hours range from the evening of the second day of Eid, including Saturdays until Thursday from 9am to 2.30pm, and from 3.30pm to 9pm.
On Friday, the branches will be open from 4pm to 9pm. During the Eid holiday, these branches will only offer cash withdrawal and deposit services. After the official Eid holidays end, all 31 QIB branches will resume work as per their regular opening hours.
QIB’s electronic platforms will remain available at all times (24/7) through the award-winning QIB mobile application, Internet banking, call centre 44448444, interactive teller machines (Live Teller), and over 170 ATMs and cash deposit machines spread across the country. Over the past four years, QIB has seen an extensive network expansion that aimed to strategically place it closer to its customers.
QIB’s management ensures an efficient banking experience for customers throughout the mall branches and the 24/7 electronic channels and extends the warmest greetings and wishes to all the people in Qatar on the blessed occasion of Eid al-Fitr.
For more information, visit www.qib.com.qa.
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