Leading mobile operator of the country will send subscribers’ invoicing data directly to their e-mail addresses, the Company told APA-Economics.
As a part of ongoing innovations under its digitalization strategy and with the aim of enhancing usage of e-services in the country, Azercell Telecom starts the implementation of the digital billing system. As it is widely known, printing invoices has negative effect on the environment and results in waste of limited natural resources.
In that regard electronic data sharing proves such advantages as efficiency and easier access. It should also be taken into account that inaccurate address information provided by many subscribers or other reasons (such as relocation of a subscriber to another address, application of the new address system, etc.) create obstacles in reaching the recipient of invoices sent by the Company. From now on subscribers can visit Customer Care Offices for free activation of electronic invoice distribution to personal email address.
In addition, subscribers will be able to take advantage of other alternative opportunities to receive invoices. For instance, subscribers can check the status of the number, get information about the last three months of the invoice and perform various operations through the mobile application and the web version of “Kabinetim” ("My Cabinet”). Subscribers can also get information on the current status of the number (including invoice bills) through the 650 service (0.0236 AZN per SMS including VAT). In addition to the mentioned, subscribers will also be able to obtain a printed copy of their invoices free of charge, visiting any Customer Service Center.
It should be noted that in connection with the new e-service Azercell Telecom will cancel distribution of printed invoices to the subscribers' postal addresses and fax as of 25.01.2020.