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MEW’s e-payment app updated, consumers can pay

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KUWAIT CITY, Dec 20: Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW) has completed the updates it made recently on the ministry’s electronic payment application, and has made it available for everyone to access the application from all electronic devices and pay from them, reports Al-Anba daily.

The Assistant Undersecretary for Planning, Training and Customer Service Affairs Ahmed Al-Rashidi affirmed the keenness of the ministry to reach all consumers by updating its various programs, especially those related to the payment of electricity and water consumption fees, in order to make it easier for customers to pay their debts to the ministry without accumulation or delay. In a press statement issued last week, he explained that the ministry made an update on the “payment application”.

The application was available on “Android” devices, and consumers who own these devices could pay from it. The update on the “IOS” device took about 48 hours and is available in the app store from Thursday. Therefore, the application is now available for all electronic devices and any consumer can access it and pay what is due. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Electricity and Water obtained approval of the Central Agency for Public Tenders to award two tenders at a total cost of KD 7 million.

The first tender is for operation and maintenance works of the water operation and maintenance sector and the technical services sector with focus on developing and modernizing the work mechanism and environment within the two sectors based on the schedule set for such significant projects of the ministry. The second tender is for the maintenance of street lights in Jahra Governorate to be carried out by the Street Lighting Department in the Electrical Distribution Networks Sector, with the aim of replacing and renewing the street lighting network of electrical poles and accessories, especially those that have expired.

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