Orange Egypt and Rahat Bali have recently unveiled their collaboration to launch the “Rahat Bali – Orange Cash” digital wallet, exclusive to Orange and Rahat Bali customers, who will enjoy exceptional and unprecedented benefits through the “Rahat Bali – Orange Cash” wallet.
Customers of Orange Egypt will benefit from this joint venture by receiving a complimentary one-year subscription to the Rahat Bali application, along with outstanding deals and discounts upon opening the “Rahat Bali – Orange Cash” wallet.
Moreover, they will get an extra discount of up to 50% when making payments using the “Rahat Bali – Orange” wallet. Hundreds of businesses and retailers partner with Cash” to provide exclusive deals on products and services.
The app has a ton of features because it uses machine learning techniques to make intelligent suggestions tailored to each user’s interaction. Users can also compute their overall spending and estimate the value of savings, which helps them keep track of their expenses.
Additionally, the application provides exclusive savings on a range of websites and services that cater to moms and families in general, including eateries, cafes, services, entertainment venues, and different retailers. Furthermore, parents have access to a customized interface within the application that meets their requirements.
On this occasion, Mr. Ahmed Al-Abd, Executive Vice President of the Commercial Sector at Orange Egypt, expressed his pride in this cooperation, stating: This cooperation is another new step that confirms the company’s constant keenness to meet all the needs of its clients from various categories, especially women, and to facilitate their access to value-added services, through exploiting the latest technologies related to digital wallets and electronic payments.
On the other hand, Rahat Bali’s content reaches nearly fifty million women worldwide, making it the first and biggest platform to support mothers in Egypt and the Middle East. Rahat Bali is a multi-service initiative that seeks to assist mothers in Egypt, the Arab world, and globally, both directly and through the Internet.
For her part, Rahat Bali’s founder and chairwoman, Nadia Gamal El-Din, expressed her gratitude for the collaboration, saying: We are very proud that, as a self-financing company, we were able to bring the Rahat Bali application to light, and economic support for women is on the list of our concerns. That is why we were very pleased to cooperate with Orange in launching the first wallet for women in Egypt. We are deeply grateful to Orange for their unwavering support.