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Paying Coopmobile bills online?

Hi,
Is it possible to pay CoopMobile bills online?
In orange website, you can not even see the orange slips of bills (unlike geniune Orange subscriptions). Any suggestion?
it is really annoying.
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Old 06.10.2014, 16:52
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Re: Paying Coopmobile bills online?

my suggestion is to switch to payg as the subscription has little value.

then you can buy top-ups in many convenient ways including at sbb payment terminals.
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Re: Paying Coopmobile bills online?

Thanks but I have a 2year subscription so it doesn't work for me.
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Re: Paying Coopmobile bills online?

5 Options:

1) Online banking: easy peasy lemon squeezy (it's free). Have your pink payment slip's ref #s handy (bulletin de versement).

2) Payment online with your Maestro / Postcard / credit card (additional fees may apply)

3) At your bank using the enhanced ATM (Multimat) (it's free)

4) You can pay over the counter at any Swiss Post office (additional fees may apply)

5) I WON'T RECOMMEND (except for LAMal health insurance, rent and electricity). You can set up automatic payment (pre-authorized debit) by filling out a direct debit form (you need to ask Coop Mobile for their "formulaire LSV pour le recouvrement direct"). This is similar to the payflow ACH payment Srvc in the States.

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