25 November 2015

Ukash partners Numny in Saudi Arabia

11 August 2014  |  1753 views  |  0 Source: Ukash

Leading global online cash payment provider, Ukash, is partnering with Numny, the e-payment provider, enhancing the online payment options available to consumers in Saudi Arabia.

Under the new agreement, the availability of Ukash vouchers in 150 locations across the region will enable fast and safe online payments.

NUMNY delivers secure, digital goods distribution for e-commerce across Saudi Arabia with plans to expand throughout the Middle East. Its state-of-the-art platform offers hundreds of instant online delivery services such as telecommunications charge cards, international top-ups and gaming cards. Now Saudi consumers will be able to access Ukash vouchers to make online cash payments without the need for a bank account or credit card via retail chain Panda’s extensive network of stores.

“NUMNY is an exciting new player in Saudi Arabia, making it the ideal partner to enhance our presence in the Middle East”, said James Allum, Chief Commercial Officer at Ukash. “This partnership supports our commitment to helping more people enjoy the benefits of online shopping and payments, regardless of whether they have a bank account or not. Now consumers in Saudi Arabia can simply walk into their local Panda store to exchange cash and coins for Ukash voucher codes which can be used directly at thousands of websites worldwide.”

Ukash is available for use across a variety of sectors, including shopping, gift cards, games and bingo and can be used to pay directly at thousands of websites worldwide. Working closely with NUMNY, with access to a retail network of 150 locations, Ukash services will now be more widely available to online shoppers across Saudi Arabia.

Mutaz Majdoub, Managing Director of NUMNY adds: “There is growing demand for online shopping in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East and Ukash shares our commitment to offering consumers more safe and convenient ways to pay. The strength of the Ukash brand means it’s a name Saudi based consumers can trust to shop, play and pay on websites worldwide.” 

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