Batelco partners with CrediMax
Manama, August 21, 2010
Batelco said it has partnered with one of Bahrain’s leading credit card organisations, CrediMax, to deliver a very special benefit to its customers and encourage the move towards online activities.
The offer, which will be launched on Sunday, offers a free CrediNet Card to new Batelco Broadband subscribers and also to any existing customer who upgrade their Broadband package during the promotional month.
CrediMax’s CrediNet Cards are prepaid internet-usage accounts, which can be refilled by customers and used to make online purchases, said a statement from Batelco.
CrediMax’s CrediNet Cards have been designed especially for online shopping and are much in demand these days with so many people making online purchases from world-wide retailers.
“Shopping online is fast becoming a daily part of our lives as we book and pay for our airline tickets, pay our utility bills and order goods that are not available in Bahrain from suppliers located all over the globe,” said Batelco Group general manager Ahmed Al Janahi.
"Batelco responds to such growing requirements by regularly reviewing and upgrading the variety of Broadband packages," Janahi noted.
"Currently, the company offers a choice of 8 Broadband packages for consumers starting with the very popular, value for money BD10 ($26.5) package all the way up to the BD100 package for professional users who have a very high demand for internet connectivity."
“Furthermore, the addition new offer of an online shopping credit card, in cooperation with CrediMax, is a value added benefit for our valued customers and is expected to be in high demand,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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