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You Can Pay for Stuff Using Botim Now

You can pay for stuff using Botim now

 

One of the most widely used free calling apps in the UAE has unveiled a new method of payment. Botim has created a new instant payment platform named Aani in Dubai in collaboration with Al Etihad Payments (AEP), a division of the Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE).

Users can safely send and receive money between numbers using the new platform, accessible through the Botim Ultra app. Aani has several important features, such as divided billing, QR-code-based payments, requests to pay, and proxy payments, where you must provide phone numbers rather than your IBAN number.

Another digital payment method should assist the public in moving closer to the UAE’s gradual transformation to a cashless society. Botim is mostly used as one of the few Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications that the UAE has permitted, but it also lets users send money abroad and pay for services provided by the government.

In the UAE, the app was released in 2018, and in 2023, Astra Tech purchased it. Botim has operations in 155 nations. Free audio and video calls, international money transfers, and cell top-ups and recharges are some of its highlights.

How to use Aani on Botim

The three steps in this technique are simple.

  • Go to the ‘Botim Money’ page
  • Click on ‘Send Money via Aani’
  • Select ‘Activate now’

Aani will be linked to Botim’s Pay wallet. Anyone who has activated Aani (available on the Apple Store and Google Pay) can now send and receive cash. The recipient of your money transfer can still get it in their digital wallet even if they do not have Aani.

Eight licenced financial institutions with offices in the United Arab Emirates are currently available on the Aani app: Finance House, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, First Abu Dhabi Bank, Habib Bank Zurich, National Bank of Fujairah, Emirates NBD, and Mashreq Bank.

FAQs

Does WhatsApp call work in Dubai?

WhatsApp’s voice calling feature is inoperable in the United Arab Emirates due to its classification as an unregistered Voice over Internet Protocol service, which is illegal.

Is IMO blocked in UAE?

Indeed, IMO is an unlicensed VoIP service as well. As a result, the UAE does not support it. 

Are Video calls allowed in the UAE?

Any Dubai video-calling app that complies with the nation’s regulatory framework standards is allowed to make video calls in the United Arab Emirates. To utilise BOTIM and HiU Messenger, you will require UAE internet calling plans from nearby telecom providers.

Which Dubai Government apps are the best?

In Dubai, DubaiNow, Makani, IACAD, and Dubai Police are a few of the most popular government applications. The purpose of these apps is to improve your quality of life.

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