The most recent information for Pakistanis who have acquired a Prize bond to save money for the future. The National Saving of Pakistan has developed the National Saving CFNS Mobile App to assist its citizens in keeping track of their prize bond numbers and receiving the most recent draw results. The final step began when the app was completed, and the authority will now preside over the ceremony.
Prize bonds have garnered investments worth billions of rupees from interested participants. The release of the CDNS Mobile app has also piqued the curiosity of investors. The National Saving Organization reposted a tweet announcing the launching of the National Saving CFNS Mobile App for iOS devices on November 21, 2022. Investors who are patient enough to wait for the IOS version will be rewarded.
National Saving CDNS Mobile Application Launched For All Pakistani
CFNS Suggests a Mobile App Name for National Energy Conservation
The National Saving authority is seeking name recommendations from the general public and app users for the National Saving CFNS Mobile App Prize Bond. Names that are both fascinating and appropriate are being proposed to the appropriate authorities. If you have a suggestion for a name for the Prize Bond Application and are reading this, please put it in the comments section.
Services and Products at No or Reduced Cost from the CFNS Mobile App for National Savings
In the following tweet dated 23 May 2023, the National Saving Organization’s Director General produced a video describing the features and services accessible on the National Saving CFNS Mobile App; for more information, see below.
Transaction Facilitation Between Branches
A mobile app to help save the country from climate change will be available soon.
You can view the draw results for every Qurandazi result announced in different cities across Pakistan by downloading the National Saving CFNS Mobile App, which will be accessible on Google Play on November 21st, 2022. For more assistance or information, please contact us at this number: 092 051 922 6635.