Now, use Nol card to pay for fuel in Dubai

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Now, use Nol card to pay for fuel in Dubai

You can use the simple tap-and-pay system

By Staff Reporter

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Published: Mon 11 Sep 2017, 11:24 AM

Last updated: Mon 11 Sep 2017, 5:33 PM

The Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) has teamed up with Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to announce that customers can now use their NoL cards to pay for all products and services across ENOC's entire retail network, using the simple tap-and-pay system for fuel, services, and purchases at ZOOM, Pronto and Paavo's Pizza.
"The growing use of smart devices is driving the adoption of cash-less payments. Enabling payments through NoL cards demonstrates our commitment to the Smart City initiative; to enable and drive innovation across all our businesses, and to enhance customer experience," said Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO of ENOC.
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Abdulla Al Madi, CEO of RTA's Corporate Technology Support Services Sector said he was delighted over the collaboration, which includes organizations such as Mercury Payments and Network International (NI) to enable NoL card holders to pay for groceries and purchases at the over 1,000 retail outlets across Dubai.
"Enabling the public from different social segments to use NoL cards to meet the needs of their retail payments is aligned with RTA's strategic goal No. 3, which is 'People Happiness.' RTA has always sought the best methods to make people in the UAE, including citizens, residents, tourists and visitors, happy by providing them with safer, sophisticated, secure and faster solutions that make their lives more easier and more comfortable," he said. "This initiative undoubtedly enhances the realisation of Dubai's ambition to be the smartest city in the world in three years."
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ENOC has 118 service stations across the UAE with 221 ZOOM outlets that operate across metro stations, ENOC service stations as well as standalone destinations.

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