The cable company doesn’t send billing statements anymore and you’d just see a reminder on your TV screen when you open it telling you your bill is due in x number of days.
The nice thing about it is you can pay however many months you want so you don’t have to keep coming back to their service center to pay.
Last month, an agent friend sent me a message telling me that EVN (electricity company) will no longer send out billing statements starting this month. We are to check our statements online and pay via bank or whatever form is convenient.
Yay? Well, I’m all for reducing carbon footprint but unfortunately, the EVN website is not in English. Even my Google Chrome auto translate doesn’t work all the time.
STEP 1: So anyway what you do is get your old billing statements and get your customer number which is MA KHACH HANG in Vietnamese. See above photo where I boxed the information in red. It starts with “PE”.STEP 2: Then you enter that information in the Log-In and the default password is cmis2012 — I’m pretty sure you can change this.
You will then of course be able to view your Customer Information.
STEP 3: Click on Payment Information found at the bottom of the Customer Information column. You will be shown the page with the amount you shall be paying.
I’m not sure if EVN will push through with this but it’s the 14th and normally, we receive the billing statement today which is due 5 days after — so that’ll be the 19th. It’s no fun getting your electricity cut. Even if we’d still be getting our billing statements in the mailbox, this is sure good to know in case you misplace the paper.