Fans will also be able to make the most of a ten-month direct debit option to help spread payment.
What does DDO stand for?
DDO stands for Direct Debit Option (payment method)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 49 other meanings of DDO in our Acronym Attic
- Démarche Départementale d'Observation (French: Departmental Process Observation)
- Departmental Duty Officer
- Deputy Director of Operations (US CIA)
- Deputy District Officer (Pakistan)
- Designated Days Off
- Designated Detention Officer (UK police)
- Digital Data Objects
- Digital Data Out
- Diocesan Development Office (Catholic Church)
- Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Church of England)
- Direct Dialing Overseas (Nortel)
- Discount Drugs Online
- Discrete Digital Output (NASA)
- Disobeying a Direct Order
- Distillate Diesel Oil
- District Directorate Officer
- Dogues de l'Ouest (French: Dogs of the West)
- Dollard des Ormeaux (Montreal District)
- Double Die Obverse (numismatics)
- Drawing and Disbursing Officer (various organizations)
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He also noted that the use of direct debit option grew noticeably during the first half of this year with the amounts collected through this option growing to around AED 247 million through over 450,000 transactions.
Also, he noted that the use of direct debit option grew noticeably during the first half of this year with the amounts collected growing to around AED 247 million through over 450,000 transactions.
He also noted the use of direct debit option grew noticeably from 23,000 transactions in the first half of 2010 to 120,000 transactions in the corresponding period this year.
The introduction of payments on the 1st of the month from two years ago was purposely timed to start with the April payment to enable customers to adapt their finances to the new date over this period, should they not wish to take up the direct debit option.
The monthly direct debit option usually involves payment in advance with the utility company estimating future usage, including future price increases over the next year and dividing by 12.