Etisalat and NBAD to launch mobile cashier

Service enables merchants to accept payments directly on their mobile phones
Etisalat and NBAD to launch mobile cashier

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Etisalat and National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD) will deliver mobile cashier, a mobile point of sale (mPOS) solution to businesses across the UAE.

Mobile cashier service enables merchants to accept payments directly on their mobile phones, securely connected to a card reader via Bluetooth.

Saleh Al Abdooli, CEO of Etisalat UAE said: “Etisalat has been a pioneer in the UAE as well as the region in introducing advanced solutions that address market needs and meet our customer expectations. The UAE’s economic framework is rapidly evolving, requiring businesses to adapt to the changing environment in order to benefit from new opportunities. We are leveraging our power of ICT and global services to equip businesses in the UAE with services and solutions that offer the highest level of flexibility and convenience.”

“We are particularly excited to partner NBAD on this significant project, introducing another first to the UAE’s technology and telecom sector”, he added.

Alex Thursby, CEO of the National Bank of Abu Dhabi, added: “Today customers demand the convenience of being able to make card payments for all their goods and services. Now businesses will be able to address this demand through the “Mobile Cashier” service we are delivering together with Etisalat”.

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