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UAE government agencies to stop using e-dirham gradually

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Government agencies in the UAE will gradually stop using the e-dirham as a means of paying service fees over the next few months.

The e-dirham will be eased out over a period of three months, the Ministry of Finance said.

Customers can continue paying fees for government services by using other widely accepted payment channels.

The e-dirham, a secured national digital payment system, was launched in 2001.

The ministry said on its website that the e-dirham had been innovatively redesigned to offer an easy, transparent and secure experience for customers. The system allowed users to make payments through smart apps as well as e-dirham cards that offered a wide range of benefits for users.

The e-dirham had also been integrated with several banks to provide customers with multiple payment choices.

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