Under the auspices of the Central Bank of
Following a successful pilot phase that involved three banks and three billers (two mobile operators and the
The system was conceived by the CBJ as one of the initiatives being undertaken in the interest of promoting a more efficient economy. eFawateerCom will reduce the need to send paper statements and invoices, and will encourage electronic payment of bills.
Most large Jordanian billers are expected to join eFawateerCom over the next year or so, including the electricity and water utilities. The Jordanian Government will utilise the platform to manage government payments, such as licenses, customs duties and taxes.
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