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ENOC Group has announced the launch of ‘ENOCPay’, a cashless, cardless payment platform for both fuel and non-fuel products at ENOC and EPPCO service stations.
Speaking on the occasion, Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group Chief Executive Officer of ENOC, said, "As a wholly-owned government entity, we are working determinedly to support our leaders’ vision to be at the forefront of innovation and bring the latest technologies to our customers. Our aim is to support the government’s vision to provide seamless services to visitors and residents and we are proud to support this vision through our service station network."
The service can be used by downloading the ENOCPay app from Apple Store or Google Play. Users can also log-in using their social media accounts in Facebook, Twitter and Google.
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