Khaleeji Commercial Bank introduces Apple Pay through its mobile app

Khaleeji Commercial Bank introduces Apple Pay through its mobile app

By Leandra Monteiro


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As part of its continuous efforts to embrace the latest trends in the banking industry, Khaleeji Commercial Bank (KHCB), one of the leading Islamic banks in the Kingdom of Bahrain, recently introduced the Apple Pay service to its customers through the “Khaleeji” mobile application, a service that offers high protection and privacy as well as a secure option for pay quickly and easily.

The Apple Pay service will allow customers to easily make payments by simply swiping their iPhone or Apple Watch on point-of-sale (PoS) devices, or shopping online and paying through their iPhone, iPad or Mac devices . Apple Pay is also a highly secure and private service that allows customers to use their credit and debit cards without storing actual card numbers on the device. Instead, a unique device account number is assigned and then encrypted so that each transaction is authorized with a unique, one-time use security code.

Commenting on the new service, Osama Ali Hassan, Chief Technology Officer at KHCB, said, “The new service embodies our ongoing efforts to provide multiple easy-to-use payment options based on the latest developments and contemporary industry trends. The new service also guarantees users advanced protection as one of the core security features of Apple Pay service, which has been accepted in many apps, websites, NFC and PoS devices in various stores.

Osama also added: “The introduction of the Apple Pay service by Khaleeji Commercial Bank reflects our commitment to keep pace with the latest technological trends in banking and to maintain our leadership in providing a variety of innovative digital banking services to our customers. valued customers, whom we invite to download the “Khaleeji mobile application” and enjoy a wide range of banking services, such as opening different types of bank accounts, managing credit and debit cards and transferring between accounts inside and outside the Kingdom of Bahrain, in addition to signing up for the Apple Pay Service. The Bank is also preparing to launch a set of new digital services via its app, which will be announced soon. »

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