Foloosi – Make Recharge and Bill Payments

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Foloosi is a UAE online marketplace facilitating consumer-to-business card payments by enabling businesses to display QR code, share Payment Links and API integrations for their customers to pay conveniently.

Foloosi helps daily transaction in a simple, secure way and never limit payment options.

Make recharge and bill payments for the following operators

DU Top-up/Bill Payment

Du broadband is the top leading and affordable internet services provider across all-state in UAE, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, and Ras Al Khaimah. Du Home Internet is the retailer that gives internet, TV, and landline services for home and businesses.

So more than 6.5 million mobile customers (almost 50% market share), 555,000 fixed-line subscribers, 180,000 home services readers and over 70,000 businesses have chosen to use du home services. In a poll, they’ve been known as the Middle East in 2012 and the Mobile Broadband Network in the Africa area. Du revenue surpasses AED 10 billion.

Etisalat Topup/ Bill Payment

Etisalat Group is one of the world’s leading telecom groups in emerging markets, with a current market cap of AED 148 billion (USD 40.3 billion). In 2018, the company’s consolidated net revenues were AED 52.4 billion while its consolidated net profit was AED 8.6 billion. Its high credit ratings reflect the company’s strong balance sheet and proven long-term performance.

AADC

Al Ain Distribution Company (AADC) is a public joint stock company registered and incorporated in the United Arab Emirates under Law No 2 of 1998 on 1 January 1999 with Head Office at Al Ain. AADC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority with a fully paid capital of AED Billion 1,530,000,000.

AADC is the sole distributor and supplier of water and electricity in the Eastern Region of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi (Al Ain city and its surrounding rural areas). This includes the ownership, operation and maintenance of the water and electricity distribution network assets, meter reading, and services for the supply of water and electricity.

The number of AADC employees at the end of 2012 was more than 1934 and the Company provides services to a population of the East Region of Abu Dhabi (Al Ain Region) approaching one half million people.

AADC has established a documented Integrated Management System, which includes IMS Policy Statement, IMS Objectives, IMS Management Manual, IMS Procedures, Operating Procedures, Process Maps, Flow Charts and IMS Records.

FEWA

Federal Electricity & Water Authority (FEWA) was established in 1999 under the Federal Law No. 31 of 1999 to carry out the duties assigned by Ministry of Electricity and Water in achieving several objectives. ts Main objective is to cater to the needs of Electricity and potable Water for the population of the Northern Emirates.

To achieve this main objective FEWA has to create a balance between the cost of production and the distribution price in consideration with unifying the existing variable pricing strategies, study the consumption behaviors and create awareness to overcome the waste of electricity and water by consumers. FEWA also has to develop and improve revenue collection processes

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