How to pay utilities bills in India?

17 June 2013 - 9:06, by , in Living in India, No comments

Till a few years back in India, paying the utility bills was one hectic task, you had to stand in long queues and could spend more than an hour for your job to be done.  Now with the advancement in technology, things have changed considerably, paying all your utility bills like electricity bill, gas bill, telephone bill, water, and the other sewage bills have become simpler, you can pay the bills by simply sitting in your home in your own comfort zone.

Now you have an option of choosing the mode of payment for all your utilities bills, it can be either through mail or e bill. In the option of e-bill, all the details will be sent to you on your mail id. Making the payments of the utilities bill online in India is also completely secure. In cities like Bangalore, the water supply and sewerage board has taken some crucial steps by opening around more than 100 e-kiosks over the entire city for the convenience of all the residents. Payments in these kiosks can be made either by cash or credit.

Some of the banks in India like the SBI bank have introduced simple and convenient services through which the customers can receive and pay their bills online. You have the advantage of viewing and paying your bill from anywhere, you just need an internet connection.  Bill payment can be done through two methods firstly, by an online method and secondly by the auto pay method. If you sign up for these methods, you will always make your payments in time, you will not waste your time by standing in long queues and you will not have to bother about depositing the cheque in the bank.

You should definitely have a bank account in order to enjoy the benefits of paying the bills online. Once you have the account activated, you can enjoy the benefits of internet banking. Your life will become very simple, you can finish the task of paying the bills in a few seconds.

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