EIB launches banking iPhone app
Dubai, May 29, 2012
Emirates Islamic Bank (EIB), a leading Islamic financial institution, has launched its mobile banking via iPhone, allowing users to access online banking from their smartphone.
The new Arabic-enabled application is a first-of-its-kind offering from an Islamic bank in the UAE.
To activate the service, the Emirates Islamic Bank application can be downloaded from the Apple App Store.
Customers can then enjoy a host of features that enable online banking anytime, anywhere, by using their Internet banking user ID and password.
With this new mobile application, customers can access services including account inquiry, account transfers, utility bill payment, credit card services and more. Customers can also get branch and ATM locations as well as exchange rates on-the-go.
“Smartphones are now an integral part of everyday life,” said Faisal Aqil, General Manager, Consumer and Wealth Management, Emirates Islamic Bank.
“Increasingly, people demand technology on-the-go, when it comes to conducting their everyday activities. This new mobile application for Apple iPhone provides an additional banking platform, designed to deliver the convenience of banking while on the move.”
“Today’s announcement is in line with our continuous drive to introduce the latest technological advancements in banking,” continued Aqil.
“We are confident that this new iPhone banking application will serve to enhance customer convenience and raise the overall experience of banking with Emirates Islamic Bank,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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