Wing payments to be offered to electric consumers

Electricity provider Electricite du Cambodge (EdC) has inked a deal with Wing to offer customers in Siem Reap, Sihanoukville and Battambang the option to pay their bills through the mobile payment provider.

EdC already offers Wing payments to customers in Phnom Penh and Kandal provinces.

The deal will cut the waiting time for customers paying their bills at the post office, said EdC director Keo Ratanak.

“[Wing] are easier to pay electricity bills with as they [bill payers] don’t need to stand in line under the sunshine or wait for long,” Ratanak said.

Currently, Wing has 40 offices in Sihanoukville, 108 in Siem Reap and 124 in Battambang.

Service charges for bill payments vary depending on the size of the bill, but usually cost $0.25 to $0.50, said Wing CEO Anthony Perkins.

“Consumers will have convenience of paying their bill either through our Wing Cash Xpress network where our agents are most likely much closer to their home or business,” Perkins said.

The deal could be finalized and be operational by August.

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