Noon Payments removes set-up fees for SMEs during the Holy Month
By Leandra Monteiro
Noon.com, homegrown UAE digital marketplace, is waiving set up fees for Noon Payments giving local SMEs extra support in taking their businesses online during the holy month. Noon Payments is an online payments platform. From e-commerce stores to subscription businesses, platforms and marketplaces, Noon Payments offers a holistic payment service. The Noon Payments product suite includes payment gateway, payment links, EMIs, and subscriptions.
During the holy month of Ramadan, Noon Payments is offered to all SMEs in need of a payment gateway including all benefits associated with accepting online payments such as no setup fees in the Kingdom and UAE.
This is beneficial for accepting online payments including increased transactions and conversions, option to send payment links to customers, allowing customers to settle using easy monthly instalments, smooth checkout process, and more.
According to media reports, Mosam Gadia, Noon Payments said, “Supporting local businesses, no matter their size, is of the utmost importance to Noon. We’re happy to be able to give SMEs an extra hand during the holy month, offering access to our homegrown and super secure payment gateway without setup costs. We hope this makes taking business online even easier for SMEs.”
Prior to the pandemic, cash payment methods were still a favoured form of payment for many customers in the MENA region. At the onset of COVID-19, consumer needs changed leaving many concerned with hygiene aspects of handling physical cash. As a result, COD customers turned towards digital payments, now the favoured form of payment in the region.
Using Noon Payments, sellers can accept all payment methods under one integration (Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Mada, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, Paypal, KNET and many more). Returning customers can also save cards for a faster one-click checkout.
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