Nawras, BankDhofar to offer payment channel
Muscat, August 3, 2013
Nawras, a leading telecom operator in Oman and an Ooredoo company, has partnered with BankDhofar to offer a new recharge and payment channel using the bank’s network of cash deposit machines across the country.
In addition, BankDhofar customers will be able to recharge and pay for their Nawras services directly through the bank’s internet service.
Ammar Al-Lawati, Nawras’ senior product manager - Finance, said, “We are committed to making communication services easier and more convenient by seeking new and innovative ways for customers to access Nawras services and providing an extensive network of payment channels.”
“All Nawras customers can use BankDhofar cash deposit machine facilities to pay or recharge, while customers of both BankDhofar and Nawras can pay and recharge their Nawras service from the comfort of their home or office using their existing BankDhofar internet banking account.
“Nawras people are living the customer experience every day in order to deliver an award winning level of pleasingly different service. We want to delight customers with every aspect of our delivery,” he added.
BankDhofar’s head of eBanking, Marwan Mohammed Al Zadjali, said, “We are delighted to partner with Nawras to offer customers a secure and dependable payment method through any of our45cash deposit machines across the country.
“The value added service and options available help both Nawras and BankDhofar customers remain in complete control of their communications services. Yet another way for BankDhofar to deliver on its promise of ‘being the best bank for you’.” – TradeArabia News Service
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