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E-Vision strikes deal with National Bank of Abu Dhabi

E-Vision has announced that new subscribers who pay using National Bank of Abu Dhabi credit cards will receive an extra month of free subscription.<br><br>

E-Vision has announced that new subscribers who pay using National Bank of Abu Dhabi credit cards will receive an extra month of free subscription.

The UAE digital cable television provider says the new offer is available only to new subscribers holding credit cards issued by National Bank of Abu Dhabi.

Existing subscribers will also be able to pay their subscriptions at any of the National Bank of Abu Dhabi's ATMs across the country or by logging onto the bank's web site www.nbad.com.

The company added that those who subscribe for one year to any of E-Vision bouquets, including the Basic Package, can take advantage of the free month offer.

According to Humaid Rashid Sahoo, E-Vision's Chief Executive Officer, the agreement finalised with the National Bank of Abu Dhabi adds value to the services offered by the cable operator. "We strive to offer our customers the best services and this offer will help us reach a larger pool of customers through the National Bank of Abu Dabi," he says.

National Bank of Abu Dhabi customers who would like to take advantage of the exclusive offer can visit any of E-Vision's regional sales offices or subscribe through any of the authorised resellers listed at the company's website: www.evision.ae.

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