Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, has expanded its bundle of prepaid services to offer customers prepaid seat selection, excess baggage and lounge access.
Passengers can now purchase these services in advance of their tr
Wall Street Exchange (WSE), UAE’s leading comprehensive money exchange service provider and a member of Emirates Post Group, has piloted a universal prepaid MasterCard gift card in UAE currency, which can be used globally where MasterCard
UAE-based telecom group Etisalat is offering its prepaid customers a choice of five daily offers at Dh3 ($0.80) each based on their unique requirements for minutes, SMSs and Data.
The new bundles give customers the flexibility to
Du customers can now recharge their prepaid mobile number simply by using mPay, the UAE-based telecom company announced at Gitex Technology Week 2015 in Dubai, UAE.
Fahad Al Hassawi, chief commercial officer, du, said: “As t
Ithmaar Bank, a Bahrain-based Islamic retail bank, has launched a new sharia-compliant prepaid e-Card.
A statement said the card is ‘designed to provide customers a faster, safer and more convenient online shopping experienc
UAE’s leading telecommunication company Etisalat has launched its ‘Double Data’ promotion for Wasel prepaid mobile customers to enjoy the benefits on their daily, weekly or monthly packages.
The promotion will pr
The changing face of the prepaid cards industry in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) will be discussed at an upcoming summit in Dubai.
The sixth Prepaid Summit: Middle East will take place on March 18 at the Westin Dubai Min
Bahrain’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has published a public consultation on ‘Prepaid Telecommunications Services Registration Regulations’ on its website recently.
Dr Khalid Bin Dais Al Khalifa
Saudi Arabia-based telecommunication operator Mobily has launched an exceptional offer on prime prepaid services, where new subscribers will receive 100 per cent additional features on Prime Services of categories SR20 ($5.3), SR40 and SR100 for
Credimax, a credit card issuer and acquirer, has tied up with MasterCard to launch the 'Cardy MasterCard Prepaid Card' in Bahrain.
The new reloadable card is accepted at more than 35 million merchants worldwide, said a report in