CEBECO I – Digital Payment Option – Clients of CEBECO I (Cebu Electric Cooperative) has recently partnered with BPI (Bank of Philippine Islands) to offer a more convenient payment online by bringing payments online.
“We welcome CEBECO I as the latest addition to our growing roster of BPI’s partners on digital payments,” said Noel Santiago, BPI Chief Digital Officer. “With this, CEBECO I customers now have an option to pay their monthly bills online and in real-time from the comfort and safety of their home.”
CEBECO I serves the Southern Cebu region, including Carcar City, Santander, Samboan, and Oslob. BPI is its first digital banking partner. Customers who want to pay their electric bills via BPI Online as their payment option.
This online feature is particularly helpful especially during the time of COVID-19, where outside commute and physical contact should be avoided as much as possible.
How to Pay CEBECO I Bill via BPI Online
CEBECO I – Digital Payment Option Step by Step Guide:
- Login to the CEBECO I website (www. https://www.cebeco1.com.ph).
- Click ‘Bill Payment’ on the right side of the website.
- Select your account number and click ‘Pay’.
- Enter your BPI Online username and password.
- Select the BPI account you wish to deduct the reload and tap ‘Pay’.
- Enter the One Time PIN sent to your registered mobile number, and tap ‘Proceed’.
To use CEBECO’s new online payment facility, clients must be registered to BPI’s online banking. Clients may enroll through this link or download the BPI Mobile app and tap “register now.”
“Paying CEBECO services online using BPI unlocks a whole new range of digital services designed to make everyday banking needs easier, more secure, and accessible,” said Santiago. “Furthermore, we have over 100 functionalities on BPI Online and the mobile app. We enable our clients to transfer funds, pay bills, check their balances, and even load their prepaid accounts anytime, anywhere right on their smart phone.”
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