Etisalat JV launches free digital utility bill payment services for UAE customers

Customers can also recharge their prepaid account, make charity payments, purchase game and music vouchers via the eWallet app
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Etisalat’s joint venture, Digital Financial Services, has announced the launch of eWallet's utility bill payment services, offering customers peace of mind and savings while paying their utility bills.

Digital Financial Services is a joint venture between Etisalat and Noor Bank, which has been instrumental in facilitating remote payment solutions for customers during the global Covid 19 pandemic.

“eWallet continues to be an innovative solution that uplifts the way UAE residents conduct financial transactions today. Given the current scenario, the adoption of digital payment solutions is increasing at a rapid pace. We at eWallet are constantly enhancing the platform by introducing new services such as utility bill payment services, international money transfers and providing access to more bill payment platforms,” said Ahmed Al Awadi, chairman of eWallet.

Digital Financial Services will now also be able to make mobile recharges and charity payments as well as purchase game and music vouchers through the app. Every time customers make an eligible transaction of AED50, they will receive a AED5 cashback. Maximum cashback is capped at AED50 per customer.

Customers using eWallet can now pay a wide range of services on the app without visiting other vendor platforms. These include Etisalat top-up and bill payments, Nol, Salik, Ajman Sewerage, FEWA, National Bonds, Xbox 360, Awqaf Sharjah, Beit Al Khair, Sharjah International Charity and Zakat Fund, and many other services to be included in the coming months.

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