Nawras adds new payment channel

Nawras partners with BankDhofar to offer new recharge and payment channel
Ammar Al-Lawati, senior product manager - finance, Nawras.
Ammar Al-Lawati, senior product manager - finance, Nawras.


Omani operator, Nawras, has partnered with BankDhofar to offer new recharge and payment channels for its customers. Nawras customers can now use BankDhofar’s network of cash deposit machines across the country to recharge and pay for Nawras services.

BankDhofar customers will be able to recharge and pay for their Nawras services directly through the bank’s internet service.

Ammar Al-Lawati, senior product manager - finance, Nawras, said: “We are committed to making communication services easier and more convenient by seeking new and innovative ways for customers to access Nawras services and providing an extensive network of payment channels.”

Nawras customers already benefit from a wide range of payment options including the Facebook portal, ATMs, bank counters as well as self service machines in Nawras stores, at petrol stations and in shopping malls. Customers can also use OIFC branches and machines at the same time as paying bills for household utilities.

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