August 9, 2020 All Things Fintech in Africa

Polaris Bank Launches a New Mobile App

 

Polaris Bank, formerly known as Skye bank, has launched a mobile banking app. With the new launch, the mobile banking app will offer its users a 50 per cent discount on all transfer fees for 30 days after registration on the app. The mobile banking app is available on Google play and Apple App store for Android and iOs devices.

On the mobile banking app, the Bank’s managing director/CEO, Tokunbo Abiru, in a statement says the introduction of the new product is in line with the bank’s digital transformation plan, which is to further ensure it is a future-determining bank aligned with global trends of intelligent automation.

 

Therefore, the idea of the Polaris Mobile banking app is to offer customers a refreshing tool to give them convenience while on the go.

Thus, on the migration of users from the old app to the new one, Biodun Ali, the bank’s head E-business says the customers on the old app can still use the old app, while they should plan to migrate to the new mobile banking app to enjoy seamless banking experience.

He further buttresses the bank’s commitment to leverage technology innovation for high quality service delivery.  And talked about how Polaris bank is a customer-centric bank positioned to deliver industry-defining products, services and platforms across all the key market segments.

 

 

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