Posted on February 11, 2017

Commercial Bank, Qatar’s first private bank and Ooredoo, Qatar’s leading telecommunications company, have today announced the launch of a new first of its kind bulk bill payment service.

The new service, ‘Ooredoo Bulk Bill Payment’, was announced at a signing ceremony in Commercial Bank Plaza and was attended by senior officials from both companies. Ooredoo Bulk Bill Payment will enable all Commercial Bank Corporate customers to quickly and easily pay their Ooredoo Business bill through Commercial Bank’s state of the art online Corporate Internet Banking channel. From today, Commercial Bank Corporate customers can make billing enquires and instantly settle all of their outstanding Ooredoo Business bills subscribed under their Commercial Registration (CR) Number in an easy and secure manner.

Enabling businesses to pay their Ooredoo Business account bills securely and instantly via Commercial Bank, will save users time, as well as further simplify monthly billing for Qatar’s companies. Speaking at a signing ceremony, Mr. Joseph Abraham, Commercial Bank CEO said: “Commercial Bank is proud to partner with Ooredoo and continue our track record of supporting Qatari businesses both large and small for a sustainable economic future. Commercial Bank is the first bank in Qatar to offer a bulk bill payment service to Ooredoo, and this convenient and safe online payment feature is in line with our strategy of investing in technology to provide the best customer experience for our clients.”

Talking about the launch, Mr. Waleed Al Sayed, Chief Executive Officer of Ooredoo Qatar, said: “We’re proud to be working with such a valued Qatari company to further enhance our business experience. In today’s connected world, paying your bill should be just a click away and thanks to this new service, businesses can confidently pay their service bill each month without hassle. This partnership is just another way that we are going above and beyond to offer the best solutions for our business users and we thank Commercial Bank for working closely with us to achieve this.”

Commercial Bank customers can contact their Commercial Bank branch to set up the utility payment through the Corporate Internet Banking. Once activated, customers can log in to the utility module of Commercial Banks Corporate Internet Banking service, chose to pay Ooredoo bills and select the amount they wish to instantly transfer. Commercial Bank’s state of the art online Corporate Internet Banking channel offers a range of banking services including transfers, payroll, liquidity reports and accounts.