DOHA: In response to the strong demand from customers, Qtel and QNB have extended the special promotion period for its pioneering QNB-Qtel Nojoom credit card, which offers 25,000 Nojoom Points on their first purchase. This is in addition to earning Nojoom Points every time the card is used. Customers now have until 29 February 2012 to apply for the card and receive the special bonus. Offer is available to all customers, including existing QNB customers.
During this special offer, customers do not need to do a salary transfer to apply for the Gold status credit card; they just need to provide a deposit of QR 5,000. With the QNB Qtel Nojoom card, customers benefit from an interest-free, instalment plan with selected merchants for six months and free-for- life renewal. Nojoom is Qtel’s customer reward programme – the most popular in Qatar – that enables members to earn and redeem Points with Qtel and a growing list of more than 100 partners. To find out more about Nojoom partners and benefits, customers can visit www.qtel.qa.
Traffic lessonsin schools from next year
DOHA: Schools in Qatar are likely to start introducing traffic awareness lessons in their curricula in the next academic year.
The National Committee for Traffic Safety is preparing a study programme suiting children of different age groups, a local Arabic daily reported yesterday.
The project comes as part of an ongoing campaign being waged by the Traffic Department to raise awareness among children and the youth about traffic rules and traffic safety.
Camp for diabetic children
DOHA: Seventy diabetic children from 14 different countries are attending the Al-Bawasil camp being held by the Qatar Diabetes Association (QDA) at the Aspire Academy. The opening ceremony featured the story of a child with diabetes told in the shadow theater way and an operetta entitled “A new path” in which children from Qatar also took part.
Al-bawasil camp is considered the largest camp for diabetic children in the region.
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