Govt Launches National Savings App to Check your Investment Info


The Pakistan government has already made several changes to different fields by making applications and converting the data online. These steps are helping the nation to get the whole information about their CNIC, bills, statements and much more without stepping out from the door. In a couple of years, the government tried its best to make things digital and online and this adoption of technology is helping people at the great level. Now, they have launched another app for investors by the name “Qoumi Bachat Digital” (National Savings App).

This new app will allow the investors to get them updated on the investment details, account balance, and their certificates. They will also get updated by the SMS and emails on every transaction made from their registered account. This National Saving Application would allow the investor to check out the transaction history, account statement; search draw results of prize bonds and also can save the prize bond numbers as well.

The users can also check the last 6 months prize bond history on the app. Furthermore, the current version of this app is nonfinancial version but after some time with will come out in financial version along with different features. The 70% of the data is already updated online and the still working on the rest which will be completed soon.

Currently, we have 223 branches available for National Saving registration. For registration, you need to go to the nearest center and fill the form, the applicant would be informed about the registration by the SMS or email and then they can proceed to the app step by step process to make the account.

The applicant can also get help in case of any queries or issues on 051-9226635. You can download this app from Google Play Store. Now you can save your time and money as well by adopting new technology and this will make things much easier and accurate for you.

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