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‘Abu-Ghazaleh for Technology’ and the Military Credit Fund Sign Agreement for (0%) Instalment Program

‘Abu-Ghazaleh for Technology’ and the Military Credit Fund Sign Agreement for (0%) Instalment Program

AMMAN – Talal Abu-Ghazaleh for Technology
(TAGTech), a member of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global), has signed a
cooperation agreement with the Military Credit Fund (MCF) to enable the
comrades-in-arms and retired personnel from the Jordanian Armed Forces – Arab
Army and all security apparatus to purchase TAGTech technological devices in
installments with (0%) interest rate.

The agreement was signed as a token of
respect and gratitude of HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, TAG.Global founder and
chairman, to members of the security apparatus, military and retired personnel,
who dedicated their lives to serving and protecting the homeland and its
people, and enjoy special care from His Majesty King Abdullah II bin

According to the signed agreement,
military personnel and retired members of the Armed Forces and security
apparatus will be able to purchase TAGTech state-of-the-art devices at cash
price in easy installments, by visiting the TAGTech showrooms.

It is worth mentioning that the Talal
Abu-Ghazaleh for Technology (TAGTech) is one of the pioneering initiatives of
Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh who successfully transformed his vision into a reality;
manufacturing and producing high-quality laptops, tablets, and smartphones that
outperform those of global brands, at competitive and affordable prices by
experienced Arab professionals.

TAGTech is considered the first company of
its kind that manufactures technological products, which reached so far up so
far to 20 different products including laptops, tablets and smartphones, with a
one-year warranty.

The Military Credit Fund (MCF) has recently
launched a program of commercial and service promotions in cooperation with the
private sector under the umbrella of the “Comrades-in-Arms” program supported
by His Majesty King Abdullah II and under the direct supervision of HRH the
Crown Prince, where the ‘installments at cash price’ program was introduced to
enable working and retired comrades-in-arms to pay their purchases in

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