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Mashreq adds Arabic and iPhone to mobile banking

Mashreq mobile banking service now available in Arabic, also compatible with iPhone

Mashreq adds Arabic and iPhone to mobile banking
Mashreq has extended its mobile banking service to Arabic language.

Mashreq Bank has added Arabic language and iPhone compatibility to its mobile banking solutions.

The Mashreq Mobile Banking Service, which was launched in 2008, now has the full service available in Arabic, with additional payment options and services added as well.

The fully transactional service is now compatible with Apple's iPhone and iPad, along with other popular smartphones. Mashreq has also added the ability to pay Salik road tolls and bills for telecoms operator du as part of the service.

Gavin Sanderson, Head of Distribution, Mashreq commented: "Mashreq is recognized and trusted for its unsurpassed secure payment solutions and convenience in products and services. The additional iPhone and Arabic language support and increased payment options are further testament to the added-value provided to our customers who prefer mobile banking services.

"Since its launch in late 2008, Mashreq Mobile Banking has complemented our award winning Online Banking service and has caught on well with majority of our customer base. We take this as an indication to continue to build on the success of our products and services which clearly provide convenience to all our valued customers," he added.

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