PayPoint gives customers the widest choice of how, when and where they pay their bills.
PayPoint outlets are situated in newsagents, convenience stores, supermarkets and service stations with extended opening hours and now we are established in over 140 Credit Unions nationally and growing.
In the last 8 years PayPoint Ireland Ltd. has become the number two Bill payment channel in Ireland after An Post. In the UK PayPoint has become the UK’s largest manned smart card technology network designed for people who want to pay their bills in cash, with 20,000 outlets processing over 10 million transactions a week and collecting over €10bn annually.
To add to the 800 established outlets in Northern Ireland PayPoint has over 500 agents in the Republic of Ireland and now offers a truly All Ireland service to Credit Unions. Currently in the Republic we have over 140 Credit Unions availing of the PayPoint offering and 5 of the largest Credit Unions in Northern Ireland.
ESB, Eircom, Bord Gáis, UPC, Vodafone Bill Payment, Panda Waste, Wexford, Laois, Kilkenny, Meath, Westmeath County Councils and Dublin City Council customers are paying over €500,000 worth of bills per week in Paypoint branded Credit Unions. While Vodafone, O2, Meteor, 3Pay, E Mobile and Tesco Mobile customers are regularly Topping Up their mobile phones at PayPoint retail and credit union outlets. We expect to attract an even wider range of bill payment options as the service continues to grow. Vodafone Mobile Bill Payment is now live and we have recently added Ukash, Actecash and Paysafecard internet payments schemes to the service. We are also in advanced discussions with several major county councils and private waste companies and expect to add at least 10 of these to our client base in 2011.
PayPoint gives customers the widest choice of how, when and where they pay their bills. PayPoint outlets are situated in newsagents, convenience stores, supermarkets and service stations with extended opening hours and now we are established in over 140 Credit Unions nationally and growing. The service is always free to the consumer. As well as helping them budget, it also makes it more convenient for them to pay their bills while carrying out their financial business in their local Credit Union, thus avoiding the lengthy queues which develop in the Post Office.