The Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) has stopped issuing monthly paper bills residential and commercial customers.
A customer can however, get the monthly utility from different forms of e-channels such as the Kahramaa website, Qtel kiosk or ATMs of QNB.
The payments, as usual, can be made through e-cards at the Customer Services Centres at Hilal, Mushereib, Madinat Khalifa, Salwa Road, Al Khor and Wakra.
The Kahramaa utility bills counter at the City Center Doha has stopped functioning.
The decision to do away with the paper bills would help the corporation save millions of riyals every year which are otherwise incurred as expenses on paper, printing and postage.
Meanwhile, Kahramaa has launched its new e-service exclusively catering to the needs of companies and business organisations.
Through the new facility, a company can access tender documents online by getting itself registered at Kahramaa website (http://www.km.qa). This service facilitates interested companies to buy the tender documents online, furnishing information such as the name of the company, e-mail, phone and fax, commercial registration (CR) number and its expiry date among others.
The launch of the service comes within Kahramaa’s endeavour to provide high-quality services.
Kahramaa, according to a statement, has adopted transparency and endeavours to increase customers’ satisfaction by applying continual development and improvement mechanism.
The new initiative, it said, is one of the outcomes of Kahramaa’s commitments towards its qualitative development. It will pave the way for hassle-free transaction and will help in conserving environment.
The environment-friendly policies and practices of Kahramaa are in line with the goals and objectives of the Qatar National Vision 2030 (QNV2030).
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