Qatar telco Ooredoo launches bulk bill payment

New facility enables Ooredoo business customers to pay bills via their CR number
Joseph Abraham, Commercial Bank CEO  with Waleed Al Sayed, chief executive officer of Ooredoo Qatar
Joseph Abraham, Commercial Bank CEO with Waleed Al Sayed, chief executive officer of Ooredoo Qatar

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Ooredoo has partnered with Commercial Bank, Qatar to launch a bulk bill payment service in the country. This enables Commercial Bank corporate customers to make billing enquires and instantly settle all of their outstanding Ooredoo Business bills subscribed under their commercial registration (CR) number in an easy and secure manner.

Joseph Abraham, Commercial Bank CEO said:"Commercial Bank is the first bank in Qatar to offer a bulk bill payment service to Ooredoo, and this convenient and safe online payment feature is in line with our strategy of investing in technology to provide the best customer experience for our clients.”

Waleed Al Sayed, chief executive officer of Ooredoo Qatar, said: “We’re proud to be working with such a valued Qatari company to further enhance our business experience."

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