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AXS Station at your fingertips

Nurdianah Md Nur | Sept. 11, 2013
You can now pay your bills anytime anywhere in Singapore with AXS’ two new payment channels: the AXS m-Station mobile app and the AXS e-station.

Bills and fines from over 80 billing organisations in Singapore can now be paid via the AXS m-Station mobile app or AXS e-station, available on the AXS website.

To further ease the payment process on both platforms, eNETS debit is set as the preferred payment mode. Users with DBS Bank/POSB, OCBC Bank, UOB or Citibank bank account can thus use their Internet banking log-in credentials to transact on the new channels.

Chin Mun Ching, assistant CEO of AXS, said these two payment channels "underscore the company's commitment in providing more access points to both its customers and corporate customers."

While both channels currently only offer bill and fine payment services, AXS aims to gradually include more e-services such as top-up services for telco pre-paid cards in future.

AXS m-Station
AXS mobile app 

The AXS m-Station not only enables users to make payments, but also store and access their billing information and transaction history in their own devices for up to three months. Users can also "favourite" their frequently transacted organisations so that future payments can be made even faster.

The free AXS m-Station app was downloaded over 100,000 times onto iOS and Android devices from its soft launch on 13 August 2013 to end of August, said the company in a press statement.

As part of an official launch promotion, the first 50,000 users to make their first payment via the AXS m-Station from 10 September 2013 will receive an eCoupon. Users can use the eCoupon to redeem one hot regular coffee or tea and two slices of kaya butter toast at any Ya Kun outlets. 

AXS e-Station
AXS e-station 

Available on the AXS website, the AXS e-Station caters to users who prefer to make payments via the Internet. After making payments, users can choose to receive their transaction receipts via email or keep a physical print-out of the transaction.


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