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Dubai is Going Paperless

12/12/2019

The Dubai Government’s vision to make Dubai the happiest city in the world by 2021 is well underway and one of the key projects that is making the life of residents easier is DubaiNow.

The Dubai Government’s vision to make Dubai the happiest city in the world by 2021 is well underway and one of the key projects that is making the life of residents easier is DubaiNow.

What is DubaiNow?

DubaiNow is a big part of the paperless strategy which seeks to transform Dubai Government into a fully digital government. The app provides instant digital access to over 88 government services, all in one place.

The DubaiNow app is expected to gradually eliminate all individual apps of Dubai Government entities. Dubai citizens and residents have been able to transact over Dh4 billion worth of transactions on the DubaiNow app so far.

What services can I use DubaiNow for?

Whether you want to pay your traffic fines or top-up your Salik account, you don’t need separate apps anymore.

Another extremely helpful way in which you can use DubaiNow is by finding resources near you – short on cash? Find the nearest ATM. Running low on fuel? The app will tell you which the closest petrol station is. In cases of emergency, you don’t need to struggle with remember the ambulance or fire department number. Avail services like pay your bills, public transport, health, education, business and employment, home services and many more on DubaiNow.

(Source: Gulfnews)

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