Nawras offers Facebook payment options
Muscat, May 5, 2013
Nawras, a major communications provider in Oman, said it is introducing a new way to recharge and settle bills through the popular social networking site, Facebook.
Another Nawras first in Oman, prepaid customers can now access MyNawras through their Facebook account to buy credit while postpaid customers can pay their bill online using a locally issued credit card or Bank Muscat debit card.
This latest payment channel joins a long list of options for Nawras customers who can use self-service machines, recharge cards, electronic vouchers, credit transfer, OIFC, and MyNawras on the company’s website.
“We are very excited to unveil this new payment channel,” said Ammar Al-Lawati, Nawras senior product manager - Finance.
“This is a reflection of the company’s commitment to making life easier for customers who are buying, paying or using our services as well as looking for assistance. Nawras is not only first in Oman to offer this convenience but also probably first in the region to offer this convenient service,” he noted.
"To take advantage of this new tool, customers can visit the Nawras Facebook page and click on the MyNawras tab next to Customer Care, Offers and Careers tabs. A quick and simple registration gives immediate access to the payment channel," he added.
Nawras director of IT & Information Systems Management, Abdulaziz Jaafar, said, "We continue to provide one-of-a-kind technological services to make communications easier and simpler to use. The new Facebook payment portal is a great one click step for customers to get closer and stay in touch without the need to go and pay or recharge personally."
"We will continue to seek the latest and friendliest technologies to enhance the Nawras customer experience," he stated.-TradeArabia News Service
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