It’s official now, NBK has declared their first Fully integrated mobile application. The application is designed for Apple iOS devices and Blackberry.
What you need to do to activate the application?
Hmm, let’s see. since I’m an iPhoner so I’m gonna tell how you should be doing it on iOS, which i believe would be much similar to Blackberry installation.
First, go to your NBK online website and logon to your account.
Second, go to Mobile Banking and choose Download Application
Select your device type and click on Send SMS (Make sure that your phone number registered with NBK is correct, otherwise you need to call them to update it for you before proceeding)
Third, you will receive an SMS which has the link to download the application, or simply just go to App Store and search for NBK and download the application.
Now After installation start the application on your phone and go to Enrollment.
you will find a registration code on your phone, now go to Watani Online again (from your PC) and go to Mobile Banking > Enrollment and type the registration code there
and then click on Submit.
Now, an authentication code is should appear. type the same in your mobile device application and choose enroll.
then you will be prompted to choose a password, make sure it’s complex (has letters, symbols and numbers)
Now you are ready
Also you will find that on your Watani Online webpage other options appeared under Mobile Banking which:
Yes, this is what the latest Axiom offer says:
Buy a Blackberry from their side, and incase if you face any problem with the device, get it fixed in 1 hour or get a replacement.
We believe that’s a very BOLD offer
Axiom is located in The Avenues 1st Phase beside Cinescape.
Steve Ballmer made an appearance yesterday at BlackBerry World 2011 and after briefly pimping Windows Phone live on stage, announced a partnership between Microsoft and RIM to integrate Bing into BlackBerry products. In addition to making Bing the default search and map provider for all BlackBerry devices going forward, the services will be added at the OS level instead of being bundled as a series of apps. This will provide features ranging from voice and location-aware search to panorama stitching. It also suggests that we’ll likely see another iteration of the BlackBerry OS beyond version 7 — based onQNX, perhaps? — sometime before the holidays.
Today one of my friends told me that he’s so dissapointed because there’s no post about Sony new tablet in our Site. Brian, this is for you man :)
Sony revealed Tuesday two Google Android-based touchscreen tablets, which will released this fall in an attempt to catch up to Apple’s year-long head start with the iPad.
Since you can’t beat ‘em, sue ‘em – that’s the advice from one analyst to Motorola Mobility, who calls the Motorola XOOM a failure, Honeycomb “dead on arrival” and the Android Market “a disaster.” Global Equities’ Trip Chowdry throws out a hugely-ranging estimate for the number of XOOM tablets sold – between 15,000 and 120,000, he reckons – and suggests that, Fortune reports, rather than attempt to compete with Apple and RIM, Motorola should aim to pick off its Android OEM counterparts with patent lawsuits.
So, after all the bad reviews and the tear-down, how are consumers reacting to RIM’s PlayBook tablet as an iPad alternative? The device sold between 45,000 and 50,000 on its first day, two analyst have publicly stated. However other observers (which preferred to remain unnamed) see the figures as too high, especially given its limited availability and exposure.
Yesterday we posted about Sheel offer for Blackberry Torch 9800 for 147.5 KD.
For the people who missed the offer it’s OK, Blink reduced the Blackberry Torch Price today to 159 KD + Wataniya Line with 10KD prepaid, and all are included in the same price.
to check the offer follow the below link: