Singtel, which stands for Singapore Telecommunication Limited, is the country’s largest mobile telecommunication company. It has over 4 million active subscribers, using the internet, telephone, IPTV, and other services from Singtel. The company also serves outside Singapore, in Asia, and Australia. Customers can use different Sintel bill payment options to renew or active the data plans and other services.
Check out the best method from the following options to pay your Singtel bill:
My Singtel App
Users can install the My Singtel App, which is available on both Android and iOS, and pay their bills with a Credit card. Further, there is also an option for eNETS Internet Banking as an alternative to Credit cards. Download the MY Singtel App from the following Links:
Payment by GIRO
Customers who have accounts in DBS or POSB banks can use the monthly GIRO payment service. For other bank account holders, download the GIRO form, and send the completed form to the company’s address mentioned in the form.
What is GIRO
General Interbank Recurring Order (GIRO) is an automated electronic payment service that allows making monthly payments to the respective billing organization (that in this case is Singtel) from your bank account directly.
Payments by GIRO are made from internet banking or AXS machines. Further, the payment limit can be set up via the GIRO payment limit form.
Payment by GIRO On-Demand
The on-demand method is simply are more controlled GIRO method that allows the customer to set up an amount that will be deducted from the bank account automatically.
Steps to activate the Payment by GIRO-On-Demand:
Co Reg No 199201624D
Robinson Road PO Box 1730
Payment at SingPost Branches
Use the cash, bank draft, NETS, Cash card, Cheque to pay your bill at the SingPost’s branches all around Singapore. Remember to bring the Singtel bill along with you to initiate the payment process. Timings should be checked on from the official SingPost helplines to avoid any inconvenience.
Payment at 7- Eleven
7-Eleven also accepts Singtel bill payments via cash, NETS, and cash card. It must be noted that without the Singtel bill, 7- Eleven will not proceed with the process.
Payment by Post
Payment by post includes via cheque, bank draft, or cashier’s cheque. No cash is accepted. the cheque, cashier’s order, or bank draft should be crossed and payable only to Singtel.
Robinson Road P.O. Box 282
Payment by Electronic Methods
Bills can be paid via the following electronic methods:
- ATM Machines
- Self-service Automated Machines (SAM)
- Phone banking with DBS/POSB, UOB and OCBC.
- Internet Banking with DBS, UOB, OCBC, Standard chartered Bank, MayBank, HSBC and Bank of India.
- SAM Web/Mobile via Visa/MasterCard or GIRO-On-Demand.