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Bill Payment

The regular reception of compensation for a repeated service. For example, paying the rent is a form of bill payment because it is done each month.
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He said that all banks had been informed to accept bill payments without any late payment surcharge.
Integrating Solutions by Texts software with ACIs UP Bill Payments will provide customers with simple pay-by-text options, increasing on-time payments and reducing collection costs.
The platform has also integrated BHIM UPI as a source of pulling funds for the customer to pay for credit card bill payments thereby adding an important use-case for Paytm BHIM UPI.
India-based payment platform, Paytm, has said that it has enabled Visa, Inc (NYSE: V) credit card bill payments on its platform.
In the statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Ezirim said that about 402,102 bill payments were made through Firstbank's ATMs in 2017, while airtime worth about N1.7 billion was purchased through the machines.
Bill payments on the Google Tez app will allow users to pay landline bills, postpaid mobile bills, electric gas bills, DTHand more.
Finance House has facilitated payment channels further by enabling Finance House Credit Card bill payments through personal bank accounts.
TIO is a multi-channel bill payment processor in North America and processed more than USD 7bn in consumer bill payments in fiscal 2016.
Several financial technology organizations announced partnerships and alliances that could help credit unions looking for upgrades and changes in online bill payments, and endpoint protection and real-time mobile payment security.
Why is it important for Pakistani utility companies and facilitating banks to focus on online bill payments facility today?
New Delhi: The BSES collaborated with mobile commerce platform 'Paytm' to encourage power bill payments on time, power major.
It currently processes an estimated 250,000 bill payments - valued at EGP20 million ($2.7 million) each year, said the statement.