Mobile Phone Service Provider to Charge for E-Bills ({{commentsTotal}})

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Telecom company Elisa has said that, from next year, it will charge 60 cents per bill sent via e-mail.

A spokesman for the company said on its website on Sunday that customers will be able to view their bills for free on the self-service site by logging in from the company's website.

The company cites expenses connected with crossing over to the Single European Payments Area (SEPA) next February 1.

Elisa's competitors Tele2 and EMT told Postimees that they have not yet discussed the topic.



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