by Erik Abrahamyan
VTB Bank (Armenia) is enlarging its cooperation with Beeline: from now on it will provide its card or bank account holders with standing orders for paying for Beeline services.
The press service of VTB Bank (Armenia) reports that from now on the bank's customers will not have to go to the bank to pay their monthly fees to Beeline. The money will be removed from their accounts each month automatically on their preferred days.
In order to get the order a customer will have to fill a special form at a Beeline office, where he or she will have to specify his or her card or bank account number, the preferred day and the services he or she wants to pay for automatically.
Each month VTB Bank (Armenia) will send such customers SMSs specifying how much they owe.
According to VTB Bank (Armenia)'s CEO Yuri Gusev, this service will save their customers' time and will make it easier for them to pay for Beeline's services.
CEO of Beeline Armenia Andrey Pyatakhin says that his company is happy that its cooperation with VTB Bank (Armenia) makes its services more convenient for its subscribers.
For detailed information please call 87-87 or visit the website of the bank or a Beeline office.
ArmenTel (Beeline) is part of Vimpelcom Group, one of the world's biggest telecom operators providing fixed telephony and broadband internet services in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Cambodia, Laos, Algeria, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Italy and Canada.
VTB Bank (Armenia) joined VTB Group in Apr 2004. Its sole owner is VTB Bank.