Doha Bank Gives Away iPads for Bill Payments

iPad Mini

Doha Bank has launched a bill payment promotion in association with Vodafone Qatar wherein 6 iPad Minis (16GB) will be offered when Vodafone bills are paid through Doha Bank’s Internet Banking and ATMs.

As part of the campaign, customers and non-customers settling Vodafone bills in June and July will enter into a draw to win one of the three iPad Minis each month. Customers can increase their chances of winning by settling bills of their friends and families through their account. Each transaction will provide them one chance into the draw.

Doha Bank’s state of the art ATMs provide both card and card-less transactions facility. With the help of card-less feature; customers can simply enter Vodafone Mobile number on the ATM, deposit the required cash and complete the transaction even without using their cards. A minimum bill payment of QR 50 is required for entering the draw. Doha Bank customers can also perform similar payments 24/7 through Doha Bank’s Internet Banking from the comfort of their homes.

Doha Bank Group CEO, Dr. R. Seetharaman said: “Doha Bank and Vodafone have a strong partnership going back many years and many Vodafone customers have already been paying their bills through our ATMs & Internet Banking. The objective of this promotion is to increase awareness about Doha Bank’s ATMs and Online Channels for settling utility bills as well as for purchasing re-charge vouchers. Apart from Internet & Mobile Banking, payments are accepted at more than 123 ATMs conveniently located all over Qatar.”

Head of Retail Banking at Doha Bank, Mr. Suresh Bajpai added: “Doha Bank’s Internet Banking is the most secured platform that offers wide range of services such as utility bill payments, international money transfers at attractive rates, school fee payments etc. The partnership with Vodafone is a long term commitment from Doha Bank to enhance channel access to Vodafone customers and Doha Bank will continue to maintain the technology platform to the benefit of future users.”