Du, UAE Exchange ink bill payment agreement
Dubai, January 8, 2013
Dubai Telecom (du) has signed an agreement with UAE Exchange, enabling its monthly plan and home service customers to pay bills easily.
The agreement was announced in a ceremony held at the UAE Exchange branch in Dubai Media City in the presence of Maher Murad, vice president of sales and retail at du, and Promoth Manghat, vice president of global operations, UAE Exchange, among other senior management members from the two companies.
“UAE Exchange and du are into the business of connecting people. While du connects through communication channels, UAE Exchange does it through money transfers. In both cases our customers stay connected with their dear ones far away,” said Manghat. “As brands which deal directly with people, we share the same values. This like-mindedness and passion for customer satisfaction have brought us together and we strongly feel that this relationship is here to stay connected.”
“As always, our efforts are directed towards making our customers’ lives simpler. Our agreement with UAE Exchange means customers now have one more option of making their bill payments,” Murad said.
UAE Exchange has over 122 branches across the UAE, of which 14 are in Dubai Metro stations. The company is the first remittance brand to establish its presence in the metro stations in the UAE. – TradeArabia News Service
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