Middle East Payment Services Provides Orange Jordan with New Payment Gateway

Middle East Payment Services (MEPS) – a leading, innovative payment services provider in the Middle East – has signed an agreement with Orange Jordan for the provision of a new payment gateway that allows people to settle their bills online. The agreement was inked by MEPS CEO, Khaled Zakaria, and CEO of Orange Jordan, Jérôme Hénique . The new service enables Orange Jordan customers to settle their landline, mobile and internet bills online, as well as to pay for purchases ordered from the Orange E-Shop including electronic top up for Orange Jordan prepaid lines. After accessing Orange Jordan’s website and choosing MEPS’ new payment gateway, customers can enter the details of their payment cards and complete the payment process safely and conveniently.“This agreement corresponds with our commitment to provide Orange Jordan customers with the best secure payment solutions, offering them safe and easy electronic payment services that save them time and effort. This step also underscores our ongoing efforts to simplify the payment process in the Kingdom and make it more convenient for everyone,” commented Zakaria.Hénique said, “We’re delighted to partner with MEPS, whose advanced services meet our customers’ expectations and enhance the services that we in turn provide. Through the secure payment gateway on our website, our customers can now settle their bills and pay for their purchases around the clock, in an easy and safe manner.” Advertisement Henique added that one of the main priorities for Orange Jordan is the enhanced customer digital experience which is evidenced through its e-shop and e-care programs being at the forefront of its five-year strategy “Essentials2020”, also “My Orange” application which enables Smartphone users to better manage their personal accounts in a secured and efficient manner According to official reports issued by the Central Bank of Jordan, the Kingdom has been experiencing increased adoption of payment cards. The Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) service, eFAWATEERcom, has been growing in popularity as the number of billers available on the system expands. The rise in payment cards can also be attributed to people’s increased awareness of the importance and benefits of the system. Since eFAWATEERcom launched in mid-2014 and up until the end of October 2016, bills worth JOD 347 million have been paid electronically through the system.© Press Release 2016 © Copyright Zawya. All Rights Reserved.


Ameer Ben Malek, Jordan