Manama, Bahrain: As part of its continued efforts towards providing innovative benefits to its customers, Batelco, the leading digital solutions provider in the Kingdom announced the signing of a partnership agreement with Bahrain Credit.
The partnership agreement was signed by Batelco’s Acting General Manager Maha Abdulrahman and Assistant Vice President of Bahrain Credit Rasool AlAali, at the Bahrain Credit headquarters in the presence of a number of officials from both entities.
Batelco and Bahrain Credit have agreed on bundling selected products and services to offer exclusive and rewarding benefits to their mutual customers, which further enhances and complements their lifestyle.
As part of the agreement, Batelco Fixed, Home Internet and Mobile Postpaid line customers subscribing for an Imtiaz card and paying their Batelco bills with the Imtiaz card, are entitled to enjoy a reimbursement of BD10 monthly in their bills for one year.
Customers wishing to benefit from this offer need to transfer their current Credit Card balance to their Bahrain Credit Imtiaz card in order to receive the monthly BD10 credit.
To get your Imtiaz card, please visit any Bahrain Credit branch. For more information, call Batelco on 196
This press release has been issued by Batelco Corporate Communications & Marketing Department. For further information, please contact Public.Relations@btc.com.bh / Fax +973 17611898
Batelco Group is headquartered in the Kingdom of Bahrain and listed on the Bahrain Bourse. Batelco has played a pivotal role in the country's development as a major communications hub and today is the leading integrated communications’ provider, continuing to lead and shape the local consumer market and the enterprise ICT market. Batelco has been growing overseas via investing in other market-leading fixed and wireless operators.
Batelco Group has evolved from being a regional Middle Eastern operation to become a major communications company with direct and indirect investments across 14 geographies, namely Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Egypt, Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man, Maldives, Diego Garcia, St. Helena, Ascension Island and the Falkland Islands.
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