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Qataris can access, pay utility bills online now

Customers will be able to pay and review their water and electricity bills online.

The Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) will launch its new website, where customers will be able to pay and review their water and electricity bills, according to a report.The website will also provide other services, The Peninsula newspaper reported.

The website, www.km.com.qa, will be inaugurated by Kahramaa Acting Managing Director Issa Hilal Al Kuwari in the presence of the heads of various departments in Kahramaa, the daily added.

Al Kuwari said, “Kahramaa’s website aims at increasing the communication links between the customers and the corporation, so the website will be a part of the daily lives of the customers and a platform for the customers to utilise the technologies that the web can offer.”

“The website will serve a large portion of customers, investors and entities who are interested in Kahramaa’s activities and services” said Al Kuwari, adding, “The website has been designed with ease of navigation for important sections in mind, as well as for providing various services”.

According to the Peninsula, the website will enable customers to pay their water and electricity bill as well as look up previous bills and compare them with the current one, while another section of the website will offer a new service wherein companies can register and purchase the required documents for auctions and bidding for projects of Kahramaa.

“The website will provide an improved careers section where job seekers can do a one-time registration and constantly update their CV’s online,” Al Kuwari said.

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Osama Natto 11 years ago

Good to see Qatar catching up...we has such facilities to pay utility bills online for about 8 years in Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia is petty advanced in terms of online banking, e-Government...etc but we do not make a propaganda out of it.