Aggregate all digital bills into one place with GreenPost
August 3, 2011 by Terence LEE
With electronic bills slowly entering mainstream usage, GreenPost hopes to aggregate all your digital bills into one place for convenient viewing. Users would need to register for an account on the website (or through their iPhone, iPad, and Android app) and link the respective service providers — like your phone company for instance — with GreenPost. After that, the bills will appear on the GreenPost website or app.
Other features of the service include: Email notifications for new or unpaid bills, downloadable PDF bills, and limitless archive for bills. Through the service, users can also request service providers to stop sending them paper bills.
Currently, you can view digital bills from StarHub, M1, SingTel, SingPower, and NUSS in Singapore; Maxis, Digi, TNB and Astro in Malaysia; and Optus, 3Mobile and CityLink in Australia. The company says more billers will be added in 2011.
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