Etisalat offers new mode of payment
Dubai, November 30, 2011
Etisalat has signed an agreement with Wall Street Exchange allowing its customers to pay bills and recharge/renew the Wasel service at any of the 24 branches of Wall Street Exchange Centre, a member of Emirates Post Group Holding.
The agreement was signed by Sultan Bin Kharsham, managing director of Wall Street Exchange Center and Abdulla Ebrahim Al Ahmed, senior vice president, business solutions at Etisalat, under which Wall Street has been authorised by Etisalat to accept bill payments and recharge or renew the Wasel service during working hours of the exchange house outlets.
This gives Etisalat customers an additional channel for bills payment in addition to the already available channels, a statement from the telecommunications company said.
Wall Street Exchange has 24 outlets which are open from 8.30am to 11pm, the statement said.
“The introduction of a new payment system is something that our customers can immediately benefit from. It saves customers time and enables them to effortlessly pay their bills while going about their daily lives,” Al Ahmed said.
“This agreement considerably strengthens our portfolio which already includes services of major service providers. We are confident Etisalat customers will find great convenience and high standards at our branches,” Karsham said.
This service adds to Etisalat’s eleven existing channels of payment, which include payment through Etisalat Business Centres, Online, Public Payment Machines, Auto-pay through a registered credit card, Direct Debit for Emirates NBD customers, Mobile pay, eZeepay, BizDirect, off-line payment through banks, payment through regular mail and a cheque deposit at drop boxes within Etisalat’s Business Centres. – TradeArabia News Service