Mobile financial services (MFS) provider has installed a large service booth at this year's Bishwa Ijtema, billed as the second largest congregation of Muslims after Hajj.
Anyone can open Nagad Islamic accounts, and avail of cash-in, cash-out and other services at the booth.
Islamic accounts of Nagad are fully managed under the supervision of a shariah supervisory committee.
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"Through Nagad Islamic MFS accounts, customers can easily manage their funds in an interest-free and Shariah-compliant manner, maintaining their religious values and principles," Nagad said Thursday.
"Customers can easily convert their regular Nagad accounts into Islamic accounts. For that, they need to go to the My Nagad option in the Nagad app and click Account Type and then the running app will be changed to an Islamic account," it added.
A customer will know that his account has been successfully converted to an Islamic account only when his or her Nagad app turns green.
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The first phase of the three-day Biswa Ijtema is set to begin Friday (January 13, 2023) morning on the bank of the River Turag in Gazipur's Tongi.