One of Nigeria’s biggest financial houses, First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) PLC has announced the launch of a new mobile application focused on improving the mobile banking experiences and services of its customers.
The new mobile application called the LIT App, would aid in the payment of bills, fund transfers and airtime recharge as well as provide other features that reiterate the bank’s resolve to continually expand its digital architecture in modernising its interaction with customers, irrespective of where they may be across the world.
According to a public statement made on Friday, the functions of the app include multiple transfers, which allow customers to select several beneficiaries at once for a single transfer, account opening opportunities for new customers, and lastly, account management which would enable customers to identify their relationship managers for immediate assistance depending on needs.
The app would also allow customers generate bank statements via either PDF format or through email while having receipts backdated as much as preferred by the customer; also, the LIT allows for full remote banking experience, saving customers the stress to visit the bank’s branches, according to the public statement.
The Chief Executive Officer of First Bank, Dr Adesola Adeduntan, expressed excitement and satisfaction at the app launch, saying it would ensure the safety of customers’ funds and provide them with access to renewed, transformative, and adaptable solutions in the current digital landscape.
“Developing the application is essential to make certain that our customers have more ways to seamlessly interact with us. The LIT App is the latest addition to the bank’s robust electronic banking family, with others being the multiple global award-winning FirstMobile,” he added