Vodafone Oman with Tamimah avail its customers with govt-related services

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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Mr. Mohammed Al Hakamani & Ms. Balqees Abdullah Al Fadhli during agreement signing

Vodafone Oman has entered into a partnership agreement with Tamimah, an award-winning IT solutions provider in the Sultanate, to enable the provision of government-related services to Vodafone customers.

Vodafone customers can now avail of government services, such as paying for their parking or enquiring about general secondary high school results, once published by the Ministry of Education, via SMS.

Parents or students who are subscribers can access the General Secondary Certificate Results by simply sending a message 90200, with the respective student seat number. For parking payments, customers can send an SMS to 90091 with details of their car number, code and time in minutes, with no hassle. This is in addition to several other facilities that are aimed to be rolled out in the upcoming period.

Mohammed Al Hakamani
Mohammed Al Hakamani
Head of Product
Vodafone Oman

“Entities and service providers that we partner with, host state-of-the-art products that ensure ease of accessibility and are completely digital, which is reflective of our vision. Our recent partnership with Tamimah, one of the first companies to introduce IVR and SMS-based Solutions in Oman, is a testament to our efforts in encouraging digitally-holistic services that enable our customers to conveniently utilize government-related amenities. Moreover, we continue to enhance the offerings of our My Vodafone App to include even more facilities that will bring about even benefits for all Vodafone subscribers in the future.”

Ms. Balqees Abdullah Al Fadhli from Tamimah said that “We are proud to join hands with Vodafone, a company that hosts immense global expertise and strives to transform the face of the local telecommunications industry. Together, we believe that we can bring about a new age of digital convenience for all the people within the Sultanate.”

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