autopay


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autopay

(AUTOmatic PAYment) The monthly payment for a recurring service that is automatically deducted from a checking account or charged to a credit card. Many services support autopay, such as cable TV, telephone, computer storage and backup, alarm monitoring and software subscriptions.
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HSBC will provide Rexam, a consumer packaging group, with the first automated RMB autoPay solution in Hong Kong.
Release Software Corporation, formerly Digital Money, has introduced AutoPay, a new technology that allows software developers to sell their products on the Internet.
Renters can also make payments themselves online or schedule automatic payments with Autopay, making late payments a thing of the past, and roommates have the option to split and track payments, which makes collecting and paying rent easier and less confrontational.
Right now, it's just $100 a month on AutoPay for 2 lines of T-Mobile ONE.
It focuses on customer's cross-borders financial needs and tailor-made global solutions as they offer businesses a large array of services inclusive such as free Amanah current account, commodity investment account, standing instruction free for inter-account transfers, ATM cards and special discounts of up to 50 per cent on services for trade imports, trade guarantees, telex transfers, SABB autopay system, and subscription fee.
In 2008 we will continue to educate our members on the benefits of eBill and AutoPay to better protect membership identity and sensitive information," stated Michalopoulos.
AutoPay allows CMs to authorize payment with a Web form the day the work is completed, as long as bid amounts don't change.
Retention staffers called customers to both check on service and convert them to autopay methods as well as to try to win back cancelled subscriptions.
When you sign up for T-Mobile ONE, the price you see is the price you pay for wireless service just $40 per line for a family of four with AutoPay and not a penny more.
An additional $5 for a single line or $10 for multiple lines is added for those who don't opt in to autopay.
Additional features and benefits include USD 100,000 travel insurance, emergency card replacement and cash advances, 24/7 customer service, Visa Zero Liability coverage1, E-Statements and optional AutoPay.