Pay your broadband bill with DBS Bank
The internet is an indispensable part of all our lives today and having a fast-paced connection is significant. Airtel is a leading provider of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in India, offering broadband services across the country. You need to pay your Airtel Broadband bills on time enjoy uninterrupted internet.
DBS Bank provides a broad spectrum of services; amongst them is paying utility bills. You can pay for your broadband, electricity, gas, mobile bills etc. You just need to register the respective utility billers on the DBS Bank mobile application and link your DBS Bank account to the biller. If your biller is the presentment type, it will take at least four weeks to complete your registration. You can also conveniently enter the relevant details, choose your preferred payment method, and pay the bills immediately.
To ensure that the bills get paid on time, you can enable the standing instructions option to auto-pay your bills. You can also click on Savings Account to check your bill payment transaction.
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You can set up bill payments through the 'Pay Bills' option on the DBS Bank mobile application. You can automate payments so that you do not forget to pay your bills on time.
Almost all utilities are present the bill on the app itself. In the case where it does not, you can view the bill on the merchant website, in this case, the Airtel Broadband website, and pay your bill using your DBS Bank by DBS debit or credit card, or internet banking account.
You can pay almost all types of bills on a single platform within a few minutes or set up auto-payment instructions for all types of utility bill payments, with no hidden or extra charges.
Your bill payment could have failed due to reasons like no activity in your account, insufficient funds, or if you may have exhausted daily or monthly limits. If it is not due to the above reasons, the bank may have temporarily stalled payments due to some technical errors, and you can try again after some time. Please note, if you have just added your biller, you might not receive the bill for the first month and pay, as some billers do not allow payments after the due date.