VIVA and Al-Aaly ink Kuwait payment agreement

Deal enables Al-Aaly to be exclusive distributor for VIVA prepaid lines and recharge cards in Kuwait.
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VIVA, one of Kuwait's fastest-growing telecom operators, and payment solutions company Al-Aaly Communications have inked a strategic partnership agreement that authorises Al-Aaly to be the master and exclusive distributor for VIVA prepaid lines and recharge cards in the Kuwaiti telecom market.

The deal was signed during a ceremony held at Al-Aaly’s headquarters in Leila Gallery, in the Salmiya area of Kuwait City, in the presence of VIVA CEO Eng. Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al-Badran and Al-Aaly CEO Dhari Hamad Al-Wazzan, as well as executives from both companies.

Al-Badran hailed the deal as an important step for both companies. “This strategic partnership with Al-Aaly Company is part of our expansion plans in 2018, and we will put all our expertise to ensure the success of this partnership, and look forward to a number of innovative achievements together to serve the market and the customers, meet their needs and offer the latest products and solutions,” he said.

Said Al-Wazzan: “This is a partnership that we honour, and we thank VIVA for its trust. Our partnership reflects our timeless work, and we are confident that this is only the first step of a successful path ahead.”

VIVA currently has 89 branches throughout Kuwait, as well as operating a 24-hour customer service line.

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