The company plans to eventually spread this service all across the UAE. The purpose of this launch has been to support smart government initiatives in UAE. The customers in Sharjah can now send an SMS to 5566 and pay their car parking fee. The customers will be sent prompt service renewal reminders before their parking permit has been expired.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Marketing Officer, Khaled El Khouly explained the company’s vision to become part of hi-tech government initiatives, saying, “The partnership with the respective service providers is in line with our long-term strategy to provide the best services that support m-government initiatives and result in time, energy and financial savings for our customers. Innovation is an integral part of our customer-centric business approach as we constantly strive to provide better and convenient services.”
This offer is a convenient mode of payment and will enhance the customer experience.
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