MasterCard holders to pay their bills via 2C2P’s easyBills in Thailand

Don’t want to leave your house to pay bills? Fear not. Payments solution provider 2C2P has come up with an app to solve that

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2C2P was in the news yesterday for its new mobile point-of-sale (POS) system in Myanmar. Today, the Singapore-based payments solution provider announced that it has launched a new service, easyBills, with MasterCard to help cardholders pay their utilities, mobile and other bills with just their smartphones or the web. Available in Thailand, the service is made free for the first 3,000 customers until June 30, 2014.

Customers can take advantage of the service by visiting the website or downloading the iOS and Android app on their devices. There are also benefits like accumulated points for using credit cards to pay, or extending a due date when payment is made via credit card, and the ability to store information about the user’s favourite merchants.

Piyachart Ratanaprasartporn, Chief Executive Officer, 2C2P (Thailand) said, “We are introducing easyBills to enable customers to conveniently pay from their computer or smartphone, anytime and anywhere, using just their MasterCard. All the major bill categories such as electricity, water supply, mobile phone top-up, and telephone are covered by this service, and best of all, no pre-registration is required.”

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Antonio Corro, Country Manager (Thailand and Myanmar), MasterCard said, “All you need is the number of your MasterCard card and your mobile device or computer, and you can pay your bills anywhere, anytime, with numerous transactions, at this one-stop easyBills service.”

Elaine Huang

Elaine is a fervent believer that if there ever is a zombie apocalypse, we will all be snapping away at them with our phones and posting them onto Instagram. A Mass Communication graduate of Ngee Ann Polytechnic's School of Film and Media Studies, she enjoys writing about technology and entrepreneurs. When not hashtagging her way through all sorts of trouble, Elaine is probably contemplating how to write in the third person.

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