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Five Nations Mobile Banking customers win GoPros in August promo


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The winners receiving their prizes from senior officials from Nations Trust Bank

As part of its ongoing efforts to encourage consumers to use digital banking services, Nations Trust Bank rewarded five lucky customers who used Nations Mobile Banking; a convenient, user-friendly banking app that uses the latest cutting-edge technology. 

By using Nations Mobile Banking during July and August, users were automatically entered into a draw to win a GoPro5. The five lucky winners of this promotion were Asoka Bandupriya, Shelaad Hossen, Fathima Shadeela, Niroshan Attanayake and Salman Faris, each walking away with a brand new GoPro5.

The presentation ceremony was held at Nations Trust Bank, Nawam Mawatha. Asst. Vice President – Retail Marketing Chintake Yapa and senior officials of the digital channels and marketing teams graced the occasion.


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