Telecom company Ooredoo Maldives on Wednesday launched the first Self Care App, which is available in local Dhivehi language.
Ooredoo launched the Dhivehi version of 'My Ooredoo App' in partnership with Dhivehi Bahuge Ekedamee, at a special ceremony held Wednesday evening at Champa Central Hotel.
The launching event was attended by Minister of Home Affairs Azleen Ahmed, Ooredoo Maldives' CEO Najib Khan, and Dhivehi Bahuge Ekedamee's President Ashraf Ali.
Ooredoo stated that the app provides customers direct access to manage their Ooredoo accounts from their smartphones at any time. Via the self-care app, customers can check their account balance, view and pay bills, recharge prepaid accounts, activate other services, and access promotions.
Speaking at the ceremony, Ooredoo CEO Najib Khan, "As the role of digital technologies become more and more significant, it is of crucial importance to develop content in local languages. It’s a proud moment for our company as we launch the Dhivehi version of My Ooredoo App, with the aim to make services more accessible and easier to use across local communities throughout the Maldives. We are grateful for our close partners at Dhivehibahuge Ekedamee for their wonderful support towards this important initiative.”
Ooredoo Maldives expressed hopes that launching the Dhivehi version of My Ooredoo App would extend the convenience of its self-care app to more customers.
The company added that it would continue to collaborate with local partners and developers in its ongoing endeavours to support a Digital Maldives.
The updated version of My Ooredoo App is now available for download on the App Store and Google Playstore.