Etisalat helps view traffic fines
Dubai:, January 5, 2008
More than 300,000 customers have used Etisalat’s instant access to Dubai Police service to view their traffic fines.
Etisalat customers have demonstrated the popularity of the Dubai Police fines enquiry service available on their mobile phones, the company said in a statement.
Since its launch three months ago, over 300,000 customers have utilised this service to view their traffic fines using the interactive menus on their Etisalat mobile phones, it added.
“Our Mobile Commerce solutions have proven popular and are enabling our customers to conduct a number of transactions from the convenience of their mobile phones. Over 300,000 customers have used their mobile phones to access the Dubai Police service alone, and we are happy to empower our customers with mobile phone services that are capable of more than just basic telephony,” said Etisalat Chief Marketing Officer Essa Al Haddad.
“Etisalat has pioneered a number of services and facilities under its M-commerce suite, and we have brought to our customers the unmatched facility to conduct their transactions using our *123# service, without the need for making a call. This service can be used by anybody from anywhere in the country utilising their standard phone sets without the need for any additional subscription. The service will be soon enhanced to enable mobile payment of fines.
“The service we are offering on Etisalat mobile phones is unique, and allows people to conclude their transactions with Dubai Police from anywhere in the country, without having to visit any of our offices. We appreciate the fact that Etisalat is putting its high-tech infrastructure to work for the convenience of its customers and the residents of the UAE,” said Colonel Ahmad Bin Dalmouk, Director of General Department of Electronic Services, Dubai Police. – TradeArabia News Service
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