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Mashreq launches mobile banking for Android

New app for Mashreq mobile banking on Google Android devices

Mashreq launches mobile banking for Android
The Mashreq app gives its customers mobile banking on Google Android devices.

Mashreq Bank has launched a new mobile banking service for Google Android devices.

Customers of the bank have access to a number of services through their mobile, including being able to check accounts, make payments to Mashreq credit cards and transfer funds. The services also includes making bill payments such as DEWA, SEWA and ADDC and recharging accounts for Etisalat, Salik and Du.

The launch of the Google Android service extends Mashreq mobile banking solutions, which were already available on the iPhone, iPad, Blackberry and Java OS Mobile phones. The Android App can be downloaded from the Google Play site.

Aref Al Ramli, Head of Alternate Channels at Mashreq commented: "We are continuously working towards offering various distinctive platforms for customers to carry out their banking transactions. As technology evolves, so does our online banking services. We are proud of our multi-faced Mobile banking system, which is now available across all systems to reach out to further customers extending a hassle free banking service and help them save time."

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