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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 04/05/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) With the start of the summer holiday season, Ahlibank has launched a range of offers and privileges exclusively for its debit/credit card customers at well-known resorts across the sultanate.

This programme comes in line with the current objective of the bank to provide its customers with lifestyle privileges. The offers, which will run from May 1 to September 30, will let Ahlibank cardholders enjoy unbelievable discounts on the best available rooms, free upgrades and a host of unmatched benefits at Wadi Shab Resort, Al Sifawy Boutique Resort and Al Nahda Resort.

''Our customers deserve the very best, therefore we have selected the best brands and services to facilitate their needs with which they can enjoy exclusive privileges as cardholders,'' said Amit Desai, head of cards and business development at Ahlibank. ''The customer always comes first at Ahlibank and we strongly believe that our responsibilities towards them go beyond providing them with value added services,'' Desai further added.

Murtadha al Lawati, AGM and head of retail liabilities and corporate communication, said ''At Ahlibank, we continually strive to provide our customers with exclusive, value-added and rewarding financial solutions and believehat these promotions will strengthen our position as a strong retail bank in Oman.'' J Manoj Dass, head “ Tour Oman, commented, ''We are delighted to join hands with one of the leading banks in the country and are pleased to provide our best services which will result into long term relationship with Ahlibank cardholders.''

Ahlibank notes that globally, debit and credit cards have become the preferred payment mechanism by retail and corporate customers. As convenient and completely safe methods of conducting purchases, Ahlibank debit and credit cards with chip and pin facility are the most secured cards available in the market.

The bank encourages its customers to apply for, and actively make use of these services for their retail and other requirements, especially when they come bundled with special added benefits. In line with Ahlibank's objective to further enhance their position as one of Oman's leading banks, initiatives such as these reiterate the bank's commitment to create the finest banking solutions, services and products which are best fit to their customers needs, making the relationship symbiotic and prosperous. Customers can apply for Ahlibank cards at any of the branches of the bank and enjoy the exclusive benefits that accompany


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