DIB launches mobile banking service
Dubai, June 13, 2010
Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) has launched Al Islami Mobile Banking, which provides a wide range of secure and convenient banking services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, through a customised mobile-based website.
Customers will be able to check their account and card statements and details, including Murhaba accounts, investment accounts and funds. Customers can also open an investment account, request a chequebook, and issue or cancel a card through this service.
Additionally, customers may make payments and fund transfers to any predefined beneficiary, while also registering for additional e-channel services, such as SMS and Phone Banking and E-Statements.
“Al Islami Mobile Banking is leveraged on the existing Al Islami Online Banking service which has been a great success since its launch in November 2009,” said Musabbah Al Qaizi, head of Electronic Banking Services Department, Dubai Islamic Bank.
“DIB customers can now conduct all their daily banking needs without worrying about branch opening hours or carrying a laptop with them. It all can be done using mobile phones.”-TradeArabia News Service
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