BSNL Easy Bill

by Vinaya HS on April 21, 2005

in The Bangalore Blog

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Easy Bill is a one stop bill payment shop. Now you don’t have to run all over town and stand in long queues to pay your utility bills. You can do it right next door at your friendly neighborhood store. You can pay your mobile, electricity and telephone bills at leisure, even on Sundays. Both cash and cheque are accepted and you get an immediate electronic bill receipt. So, go on, make your life easy with Easy Bill!”

“Call 9604-14-14-14 for more details and to find your nearest Easy Bill outlet”…cries out a pamphlet distributed with today’s newspaper.

And here comes the fine print:

  • Post pay by date bills are not accepted for BSNL/BESCOM
  • BESCOM bills amounting to less than Rs. 1000/- only are accepted
  • Service charge of Rs. 5.00 is applicable on each bill paid

So much for Easy Bill!




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Snigdha Agrawal March 29, 2006 at 9:12 PM

I would like to know the nearest Easybill outlet in Indiranagar 100 ft Road.

spironolactone July 1, 2006 at 7:50 AM
Capt.Vivek Dobhal August 22, 2007 at 10:20 AM

Hi,
We have sites all across india for which we are recieving land line/elect bills from all locations.As such is there any mechanism by which i can get these bills paid from delhi/noida for all locations.
Plz guide.
Regards.
Capt.Vivek

kapil dobhal July 7, 2008 at 2:12 PM
Sandeep September 20, 2008 at 4:08 PM

Dear sir
I want to know who is oppinted to collect the bills from amravati (maharashtra)

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