Dubai RTA enables nol payments at Al Maya Supermarkets

nol cardholders can use their cards for smooth and quick payment for purchases at these stores in a process compatible with the Points of Sale of the payment platform

  

Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) said that holders of nol cards could now pay for purchases at Al Maya Supermarkets. The procedure has been enabled through MercuryPay platform.

“This service is now available at all retail outlets of Al Maya Supermarkets in Dubai. nol cardholders can use their cards for smooth and quick payment for purchases at these stores in a process compatible with the Points of Sale of the payment platform.” said Mohammed Al Khayyat, director of Automated Fare Collection Systems at RTA’s Corporate Technology Support Services Sector.

This initiative is an important step towards realising RTA’s objective of bringing happiness to nol card holders in Dubai by offering them diversified use of their cards. The service fulfils RTA’s 3rd Strategic Goal (People Happiness) by enabling nol card users to pay for their daily purchases in cooperation with reputed global entities.

“We are pleased to work with RTA in delivering this superb initiative which will make shopping in Al Maya Supermarkets much easier for Dubai residents. This great move, will not only facilitate the shopping experience, but also create a new consumer segments,” said Kamal Vachani, group director of Al Maya Group.

Simon Nelson, chief executive officer, Mercury said: “We are delighted to partner with RTA and support their strategy of making Nol a multi-purpose card. We have enabled Al Maya Supermarket stores for Nol payments in Dubai. nol’s ‘Tap n go’ functionality at Point of Sale enables users to pay for their day-to-day purchases with convenience and ease which removes the need to carry cash and paves the way to simpler payments for everyone.” – TradeArabia News Service

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