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New direction for mobile bill paying
Following a successful, award-winning year, gaining new clients via excellent service and innovative products, Resonance Trinidad has launched a revolutionary way to pay bills. Any registered users can pay their Flow and Digicel bills using any mobile phone. The service is free to use and requires no downloads, no smartphone application, no internet connection; just dial *190# and save time!
Coming on the heels of yooz.topup, another successful and innovative product launched in 2012, yooz.billpay revolutionises the way people pay bills. No more waiting in line, no more having to access complicated websites. Customers can register at any partner locations in less than five minutes to start enjoying free time. Locations can be found online at (www.yooz.tt/locations). The launch of yooz.billpay signals a new direction for mobile payments in the Caribbean.
New utilities and service providers will be added in the coming months. “By the end of this year, the landscape of mobile and electronic payments will be very different in T&T, thanks to Yooz,” said Eddy Devisse, general manager of Resonance Trinidad. The yooz.billpay service operates on a secure platform developed and launched in collaboration with international partners. It is tested, audited and certified by the largest bank in the country.
The yooz.billpay and yooz.topup services are available to all mobile users of both mobile carriers and can work on any type of phone, from the simplest “me-too” phone to the most advanced smartphone. Users can access an online portal (my.yooz.tt) where they can see their transaction history and other useful information.