Australia Post are agents for most utility providers - failing that you can use their BPay (electronic payment) service for any bill - though this just shifts the electronic security problem from your PC to theirs So bills can be paid over the counter at the Post Office which I often do while they are rummaging for my next photo parcel.I need some clarification about what you two, Sue and Mark, are referring to when you write about "standing in line, paying bills". Do you mean going to the post office and mailing out your letters/bills?
Yeah I heard the clanging of the sandwich board he's wearing before the spruiking and bell-ringing beganUh oh, I see Paul has come out - twice no less!
When I said that, I was actually referring to a time where you would actually go to the front desk of the utility company, or the phone company or whatever, to pay the current bill. It could take nearly a half day to get it all done. I've never used the post office to do it, but was able to do it all at my bank for a while until I discovered BPay. I even pay my lawn guys with BPay. Open bank account online, choose payee, send money, done.I need some clarification about what you two, Sue and Mark, are referring to when you write about "standing in line, paying bills".