announced that its Ooredoo Money service has launched a new ‘Bank to
Wallet Transfer’ feature in collaboration with QNB.
With the new service, any Ooredoo Money customer with a bank account in Qatar can conveniently and securely transfer money from their bank account directly to their Ooredoo Money Wallet. A maximum of QR10,000 can be received in a full wallet per day. Once deposited in the wallet, customers can then transfer the money internationally, 24 hours a day using Ooredoo Money partners MoneyGram or Aldar Exchange at one of the best exchange rates in Qatar.
In addition, customers can make Hala top-ups, buy data recharges, pay their Shahry bill, or purchase an Ooredoo Passport instantly through Ooredoo Money.
Previously, only QNB customers could receive money from their bank account to their Ooredoo Money Wallet using QNB’s Mobile Pay service.
With the new feature however, anyone with a bank account in Qatar can quickly and easily send money to their Ooredoo Money Wallet using their Ooredoo Money Wallet IBAN number.
To begin transferring money, customers can discover their IBAN number by logging into the Ooredoo Money app and opening the ‘My Wallet Info’ tab or by dialling *140*(your mPIN)*6*6#.
For new transfers, customers must use Qatar National Bank as the recipient bank via their bank’s online banking service, then enter their Ooredoo Money wallet IBAN number and other details.
For more information about Ooredoo Mobile Money services, visit http://www.ooredoo.qa/en/omm.
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