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al khaliji Announces Winners as Part of Its Darbi Programme

Al Khalij Commercial Bank P.Q.S.C (al khaliji) Darbi programme in association with Ooredoo’s Nojoom programme has gone off to a great start. The bank through a partnership with Ooredoo recently released as many as 400,000 Nojoom points to its first set of customers acquired under this partnership.

Accordingly, 4 winners were named and have each been credited with 50,000 Nojoom points for opening a salary account with the bank under its Darbi programme, in addition to 50,000 bonus Nojoom points for being among the first 50 customers to enrol into the programme.

Under the Darbi programme, Qatari youth who open a salary account with the bank will receive 50,000 Nojoom points. Besides this, they will enjoy a discounted interest rate of 4.50% on personal and auto loans and will have free and unlimited access to more than 500 VIP airport lounges around the world. Also, Qatari youth will benefit from a car loan of up to QR 250,000 without a guarantor and without the need for any down payment. Ooredoo through Nojoom is additionally offering an easy-to-remember mobile number, valued at QR 1,000, and two 3GB Mobile Data Cards, besides an Ooredoo Passport Card for each such customer.

This exclusive promotion for Qataris is part of al khaliji’s vision to keep providing world class banking benefits and privileges to the local community. The partnership with Ooredoo’s Nojoom Rewards Programme is another step in that direction.

More details on the programme can be accessed on

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