The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has announced that Eid Al Fitr can be transferred through 33 electronic applications that include banking applications and electronic wallets.
The authority clarified in a recent circular entitled: “Take them away remotely and share the joy of the holiday.” The available bank applications are up to 23 applications, through which Eid can be transferred electronically, and includes the applications of banks: “Dubai Islamic”, “Crescent” and “Ajman” , “Abu Dhabi Islamic”, “Abu Dhabi Commercial”, “First Abu Dhabi”, “Emirates NBD”, “Emirates Islamic”, “Citibank”, “Dubai Commercial” and “Ras Al Khaimah National” , "Noor Bank", "National Fujairah", "Umm Al Quwain National", "Sharjah Islamic", "Mashreq", "Arabi", "Al-Ahly Kuwaiti", "Habib Bank", and " HSBC Emirates, United Bank, Standard Chartered and National Kuwait.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority stated that e-wallet applications for transferring Eidia include 10 governorates: “Smart Bank - Abu Dhabi Islamic”, “BIT Portfolio - First Abu Dhabi”, “Hayyak - Abu Dhabi Commercial”, and “Lev - Emirates NBD” , "Bottom", "To Talk B", "e Walt - Etisalat", "Welcome - Al Hilal Bank", "Insta - Fujairah National", and "Mashreq New".
The competent medical authorities are advised to reduce the use of cash currencies and to use the electronic options available at the time of payment to produce any risks, while the current trends came to refrain from distributing the "Eidiya" during the Eid Al-Fitr period, as a precautionary measure, especially with studies that talk about the possible transmission of the new Corona virus from The way of trading fiat currencies even slightly, in cases of not washing hands or touching the face.
The health authorities in the country are also advised during the current stage to fully adhere to all preventive measures and precautionary measures and not underestimate the maintenance of public health and safety to limit the spread of the new Corona virus "Covid-19", especially since the target group of the "Eidiya" are children who may not They are adequately aware of the precautions and risks associated with dealing in cash.