Etisalat,UAE Exchange partner to simplify payments

Etisalat will extend to more than 11 ways of payments options
Etisalat, UAE Exchange

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Etisalat and UAE Exchange have formed a partnership to offer enhanced payment solutions for their customers across the country. The agreement was signed in Etisalat Head Office in Abu Dhabi.

Etisalat customers will have more choice of cash collection as the partnership enables 132 UAE Exchange branches located in the United Arab Emirates. Etisalat’s existing payment options will be extended to more than 11 additional options, including Etisalat Business Centres, Etisalat Online Service, Public Cash Payment Machines, Auto Pay and Mobile Pay, IVR 101 & 142, according to the company’s statement.

“As well as technology and services to suit our customers’ lifestyles, Etisalat is committed to providing a range of innovative solutions that can ease their daily lives. To that end, we are excited about our partnership with UAE Exchange that allows us to leverage our partner’s extensive network across the UAE and widen our customers’ options for routine activities such as bill payments and subscription renewals,” Ahmed M Al Awadi, chief financial officer at Etisalat said.

Sudhir Kumar Shetty, COO, Global Operations at UAE Exchange, said: “The partnership with Etisalat is a major step in our endeavour to diversify our services to the advantage of our customers. Our payment solutions play a very significant role in our diversified services strategy and Etisalat being a leader in the telecom sector, we consider this partnership as an important endorsement of our capabilities.” 

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