Avissawalla Commercial Bank has partnered with Giro and will start providing free credit monitoring, online and mobile banking and mobile wallet services to consumers in 2017.
Avissawilla Bank has been working with the Giro team in the past and is now offering a range of services including financial planning, payments and money management, and it also offers online and online banking.
The new service will be available to all Avissawswa customers, regardless of the bank branch.
Avisawalla’s website and mobile apps will also offer a range, including online and in-person banking, online shopping, cashless payments, mobile wallet and online access to financial institutions, including bank accounts, credit cards and more.
Avistsawalla Bank is available to any customer with a credit card.
Avisawalla is part of a growing number of banks offering credit monitoring and payments services in the country.
It’s a big step forward for the sector in general, as the sector is now being seen as a big driver of economic growth in the nation, and Avissawa is a strong example of how the sector can provide a positive impact on the economy, said CIO and CEO of Avissasbank, Laith Alhaji.
Avalissawaka Bank is one of the few banks offering such services to the public.
Its new mobile app, which is available on both Android and iOS devices, is designed to help customers manage their finances with ease.
Avenizawalla said the free mobile banking service will also help Avissahas customers save money.
“The bank will offer free mobile payment for its customers, and they will be able to pay online for online and offline payments.
This is a great benefit to our customers,” said Ahmed Ali, Chief Marketing Officer at Avissa Bank.