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| 25 September, 2017

DEWA customers can pay in instalments with DIB

A security guard stands near ATM machines at Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) in Dubai May 1, 2013.

A security guard stands near ATM machines at Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) in Dubai May 1, 2013.

REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority agreement with Dubai Islamic Bank, DIB, allowing customers to pay their bills in instalments of up to 12 months.

DUBAI Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, DEWA, has signed an agreement with Dubai Islamic Bank, DIB, allowing customers to pay their bills in instalments of up to 12 months without additional fees when they use DIB credit cards.

This is part of DEWA’s efforts to make its customers happier, and its strategy to work with government and private organisations to provide its services according to the highest international standards.

Commenting on signing the MoU, Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA, said, "We strive to adopt innovative ways and mechanisms that enhance the quality of our services and achieve the happiness of our customers, based on the highest standards of efficiency and reliability. This supports our efforts to contribute to making Dubai the smartest and happiest city in the world, and achieve the Dubai Plan 2021 to make the Government of Dubai proactive and creative in meeting the needs of individuals and society as a whole." Dr. Adnan Chilwan, Group CEO of Dubai Islamic Bank, said, "Customers ultimately want simplicity and convenience when they engage with service providers. This is something we know and understand well, as we continually work to make the customer experience with DIB even more seamless. Our partnership with DEWA is an example of our dedication to finding ways to make our customers feel they have a bank that puts them first."

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