Abu Dhabi’s unified government services system “Tamm”, in cooperation with the First Abu Dhabi Bank and “Magnati”, announced the addition of new digital payment solutions and options through “Abu Dhabi Pay”, a unified digital payment platform that enables customers to pay fees for transactions and government services digitally in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi.

The “Tamm” system announced the launch of the “Abu Dhabi Digital Payment Wallet”, which guarantees the ease and speed of secure payments through the platform. It also revealed the provision of 4 prepaid cards, as two cards were allocated for individuals and two cards for companies, as these cards allow the payment of fees. Government services and others, and will also be used to replace checks and other non-automated transactions for users of digital payment cards. The enterprise card balance has a maximum balance of 10 million dirhams to enable enterprises to pay high value transaction fees.

In the same context, the system announced the provision of the “Google Pay” channel through the Abu Dhabi Pay platform, which provides a more easy, fast and secure experience for making digital payments, as “Google Pay” allows all segments of society to make digital payments for government services through their smartphones, in addition to Take advantage of the feature to send and transfer money.
The provision of these new solutions and options comes under the supervision and follow-up of the Higher Committee for Digital Government in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, in the context of its efforts to activate the framework for the governance of digital transformation at the level of the Abu Dhabi government, and to achieve a qualitative leap in the concept of providing government services and moving towards the digital future.

In the same context, the system announced the provision of the “Google Pay” channel through the Abu Dhabi Pay platform, which provides a more easy, fast and secure experience for making digital payments, as “Google Pay” allows all segments of society to make digital payments for government services through their smartphones, in addition to Take advantage of the feature to send and transfer money.
The provision of these new solutions and options comes under the supervision and follow-up of the Higher Committee for Digital Government in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, in the context of its efforts to activate the framework for the governance of digital transformation at the level of the Abu Dhabi government, and to achieve a qualitative leap in the concept of providing government services and moving towards the digital future.

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