Customers of local internet service provider Redlink will be able to settle their internet bills by using Myanmar Payment Union (MPU) cards starting this year, a company source said.
“Customer will no longer need to pay in cash. They can use their MPU cards to pay internet bills. We have discussed with KBZ Bank regarding MPU payment system,” a Redlink official said.
MPU is a payment network launched by the Central Bank in 2011 comprising over 20 local banks.
For the customers without MPU cards, Redlink will launch one stop service centres to facilitate bill payments, the official said.
Redlink provides free internet service at East Yangon University, University of Foreign Languages, at highway gates and international airports.