If you’re a Windows Phone user in Romania, we thought you might like to know two official apps that have recently become available. The first app is from Enel, which is one of the two major players in household electricity in Romania. The other app is from BRD, the second largest bank in Romania.
Head past the break if you’re from Romania and would like to learn more about the apps.
MyEnel for Windows Phone lets Enel customers check their account information right from their phone. They can view invoices, track payments or consumption. During the reading period, they can also submit the index directly from the app. As an added bonus, the app also has a weather section with the 7-day forecast.
Enel has operations in distribution and supply of electricity. They have over 2.7 million customers in Romania. Scan the QR code below to download the free application from the Windows Phone Store.
BRD is the second largest bank in Romania. It has over 2.2 million clients and more than 900 branches. Their Windows Phone application, MyBRD Mobile, gives customers real-time and secure access to their accounts, banking operations and other useful information.
Customers who want to send money can do so by just providing a phone number and full name. The beneficiary may go to any BRD agency to get the amount received.
If you are not a BRD customer, you can still use the app to check the bank’s locations, exchange rates, interest rates, and contact information. The MyBRD Mobile is a free download from the Windows Phone Store.
We’re glad to see more official apps head over to Windows Phone. Are you a customer of any of the companies mentioned above? Let us know what you think of the apps in the comments.
Thanks for the tip, chris_t!
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