Batelco partners with NBB for e-payment services

Partnership will allow businesses in Bahrain to offer e-payment services
Batelco and NBB see significant potential for e-commerce in Bahrain.
Batelco and NBB see significant potential for e-commerce in Bahrain.

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Bahraini operator Batelco has partnered with NBB, Bahrain's National bank, to provide eCommerce and electronic payment services to their business customers.

Batelco’s “eCommerce Payment Gateway” is an electronic payment processing service which allows merchants to accept payments for products and services sold online or through any electronic means, giving merchants the advantage of electronic reporting, automatic refunding, among other benefits.

Batelco and NBB already provide credit card ePayments processing as part of the partnership and have plans to extend the payment portfolio to include processing of other cards to existing and new merchants.

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