As part of its drive to encourage more customers to utilize its online banking services, Sharjah Islamic Bank is set to launch a promotional campaign offering customers chances to win 20 iPad Air 2.
The campaign, which lasts for three months till 25th November 2015, is aimed at encouraging more customers to register with the Bank’s Online Banking services, including e-statements to replace printed banking statement. The online services offer customers with a convenient banking solution which they can access from home, work and on the go.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Nabil Abou Alwan, Head of Retail Banking Group said: “Sharjah Islamic Bank has always been at the forefront of innovation and customer centric promotions. Our constant aim is to provide superlative services to our diverse customer base combined with the ease of use and convenient access to our banking products and services. This campaign comes in line with our drive to encourage more customers to experience the benefits of doing their banking transactions in a seamless and user friendly environment.”
Sharjah Islamic Bank will award iPad Air 2 to a number of customers who utilise any of its Online Banking services including; new online banking registration, online utility payments, online credit card payments, online money transfers and prepaid card top-ups.
Mr. Waleed Al Amoudi, Head of E-Channels said: “Since first opening in 1975 we have successfully diversified our services by offering customers a broad range of Sharia’a compliant retail, corporate & investment services through our extensive UAE networks. This latest announcement of our online banking campaign reflects our commitment to utilising the very best technology available in order to ensure our customers’ changing needs are fully catered to. More than ever we have dedicated ourselves to providing a comprehensive bouquet of services across the United Arab Emirates that match the highest of international standards”.
This campaign will be promoted through a variety of Sharjah Islamic Bank social media channels, mirroring a similar campaign that was successfully completed in 2014.