Doha, 11 June 2017 - QNB, the largest financial institution in the Middle East and Africa, has announced 16 smartphone winners after the end of the second and final phase of a campaign that the Bank has launched recently to encourage customers to take advantage of its internet and mobile banking services.
Customers were eligible to enter a raffle draw to win the smartphones (iPhone 7 and Samsung Edge 7) after making banking transfers to other beneficiaries inside and outside Qatar, Western Union remittances, PayPal transfers, bill payments, and payment of prepaid vouchers with a value of QAR 50 or more for any of the following partners: Ooredoo, Vodafone Qatar, QPost, QatarCool, or Kahramaa.
The campaign aimed to reward customers for their trust in QNB’s online banking services and was a part of the Bank’s ongoing efforts to provide best experiences for its customers in line with its strategy to position customers as a first priority.
The campaign also falls within the Bank’s constant efforts to provide banking services that combine today’s needs with future aspirations.
QNB provides some of the best digital banking services for its customers, including flexible transfers worldwide, scheduling recurring transfers, bill payments, in addition to innovative and secure solutions for Internet and Mobile Banking services.
The Bank is always looking for innovative means to reward its customers and provide them with premium services throughout the Middle East, Africa, and across its international business network.
QNB’s success in bringing superior products and services to its customers was also recognized by the Asian Banker magazine in 2017, with the magazine awarding QNB the prestigious “Mobile Banking Application of the Year”, “Best Mobile Banking Project”, and “Best Smart Branch Project” awards.
QNB Group is present, through its subsidiaries and associate companies, in more than 31 countries across three continents, providing a comprehensive range of products and services. QNB Group staff exceeds 28,000 operating through more than 1,250 locations with a network of 4,300 ATMs.