Minimum Balance Annual Fee Internet Banking Features
 BisB Current Account BisB Current Account Minimum Balance: BHD 300 Annual Fee: BHD 0 Internet Banking: No Features: Free Cheque Book, Multiple Currencies, No Salary Transfer
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BisB Current Account is a profit-free account specifically designed to meet the requirements of the Bank’s customers. Accountholders can deposit and withdraw money by cheque, at branch counters and through ATMs. Such accounts are also available to private companies and businesses, social organizations, clubs, and other organizations.

BisB Current Account Features:
  • Cheque book.
  • ATM card - Use of ATM card for payment of the value of purchases made at many shops, businesses or retail outlets in Bahrain AND Use of ATM card throughout the GCC with the use of GCCNET, in addition to other countries such as Iran, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt.
  • Monthly statement of account.
  • Internet and Phone Banking services for transfers between accounts payments and more.
  • For all accounts monthly internal transfer in favour of charitable societies free of charge.
  • Standing order (Fixed monthly transfers).
  • Domestic and overseas transfer.
  • Possibility of opening the account in different branches.
  • Available in Bahraini Dinars and US Dollars
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