The General Authority for Communications Regulatory in the country said that the number of electronic bank and wallet applications that allow the transfer of the Eid holiday increased from 33 to 35 during the
next Abdul-Adha al-Muqadi , and the
authority stressed the importance of resorting to these applications in the context of precautionary measures to prevent the new Corona as a 19-year delegate
under the banner of their remote tele Share the joy of the feast
The authority clarified that the number of banking applications through which the Eid holiday can be transferred has increased from 23 to 25 applications, and includes the applications of “Dubai Islamic Bank”, “Al Hilal Bank”, “Ajman Bank”, “Abu Dhabi Islamic”, “Abu Dhabi Commercial” and “Abu Dhabi First” "" Emirates NBD "," Emirates Islamic "," Citibank "," Dubai Commercial "," RAK National Bank "," Noor Bank "," National Fujairah "," Umm Al Quwain National ", and" Sharjah Islamic " And “Mashreq Bank”, “Arab Bank”, “National Bank of Kuwait”, “Habib Bank Limited”, “HSBC Emirates”, “United Bank”, “Standard Chartered”, “National Kuwait” and “United Arab Bank” And 'Bank of Baroda'.

The authority clarified that e-wallet applications that allow the transfer of Eidiya amount to 10 applications, including "smart bank - Abu Dhabi Islamic", "portfolio at BT - First Abu Dhabi", "Hayyak - Abu Dhabi Commercial", "LEAF - Emirates NBD" and "Bottom" and "To Talk B", "i-Walt - Etisalat", "Welcome - Al Hilal Bank", "Insta - Fujairah National" and "Mashreq New".

Follow our latest local and sports news and the latest political and economic developments via Google news