QNB has announced the names of 30 winners of IPhone 11 Pro Max as part of its recent Internet and mobile banking campaign.
Customers were eligible to enter the raffle draw after making banking transfers to other beneficiaries inside and outside Qatar, Western Union and PayPal transfers, bill payments, and payment of prepaid vouchers for Ooredoo, Vodafone Qatar, QPost, Qatar Cool, or Kahramaa with a value of QR100 or more.
The bank’s customers, who newly-registered in the Internet and mobile banking services, were also eligible to one raffle entry.
The campaign aims to reward customers for their trust in QNB digital banking services and comes within the bank’s ongoing efforts to improve customer experience in line with its strategy to place customers as a first priority. It also falls within the bank’s constant efforts to provide banking services that combine today’s needs with future aspirations.
QNB provides innovative digital banking services and products for its customers in the Middle East and Africa and across its international business network, including flexible transfers worldwide, bill payments, scheduling of recurring transfers, and secure solutions for Internet and mobile banking services.
QNB Group’s presence through its subsidiaries and associate companies extends to 31 countries across three continents, providing a comprehensive range of advanced products and services. It has more than 29,000 employees operating through 1,000 locations, with an ATM network of more than 4,200 machines.
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