Bank Alfalah launches digital gift card service

KARACHI (PR): Bank Alfalah recently launched a digital gift card service under the name of ‘CardWalla,’ in partnership with Monami, a fintech startup with special focus on Middle Eastern & South Asian markets. This service enables active mobile applications users, online movie and television show streamers, and passionate console game players to buy gift cards for a variety of online services through Bank Alfalah Internet Banking.

Bank Alfalah is the only bank in Pakistan offering this exclusive gift card service. CardWalla will enable those without any credit or debit cards to buy apps and products from online services.

Mehreen Ahmed, Group Head Retail South & New Initiatives, Bank Alfalah said: “At Bank Alfalah, we are at the forefront of the evolving digital financial services landscape in Pakistan and the launch of CardWalla is a testament of our commitment to provide innovative solutions to meet the changing needs of our customers.”

AmmarAfif, Chairman, Monami, said: “Monami looked at the Pakistani market and found that consumers did not have access to the variety of products that were available to consumers in similar markets. Through this partnership, we are enabling the Pakistani consumer to become a global consumer and access international products including facilitating access to the newly launched Netflix service with easy to use voucher codes that eliminate the need the have a credit card for sign-up”.

The City School event

LAHORE (PR): A three-day event TCSMUN’16 was held at The City School (Iqbal Campus) in Sialkot. Hundreds of students from different schools took part in various activities to show their talent. In the Global Village, students from different campuses displayed the cultures of the countries assigned to them. Ali Zafar and Falak Shabir performeda live concert that was enjoyed by the audience. An award ceremony for the winners was also held.

Canadian HC delegation visits SCS office

LAHORE (PR): A delegation of education and trade related officers of Canadian High Commission in Pakistan visited the office of Student Counseling Services (SCS), a student consultancy firm guiding students to higher education abroad, here. The delegation comprising Ms Cerelina Gill, Ms Alison Steward, Abid Samdani and Athar Ali Khan reviewed office facilities and held meeting with Director SCS, Dr Osama Qureshi and his team.During the meeting, Ms. Stewart, Senior Trade Commissioner at Canadian High Commission said that Canadian government is encouraging Pakistani students to take full benefit of the excellent educational opportunities available in Canada. Dr Qureshi said that SCS is Pakistan’s leading educational consultancy firm.

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