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Press release

Two-monthly billing for low-volume callers

09 November 2005

Swisscom Mobile customers who in future will be billed every two months will be notified by letter. The change is targeted at all customers with an average monthly bill of less than CHF 50. These customers will receive their first two-monthly bill for the months of November and December 2005 in January 2006 and will have a further 30 days in which to pay. On request, Swisscom Mobile will continue to bill customers on a monthly basis if they so wish. All they need to do is call the Swisscom Mobile hotline on 0800 55 64 64.

Alternative payment methods
As an alternative to paper billing, Swisscom Mobile offers the following practical options: direct debit via the post office or bank. With this method, the billing amount is debited directly from the customer's account free of charge. Another possibility is for customers to receive and pay their NATEL® bills electronically. Post Finance customers can use the yellowbill e-banking service, a system which enables bills to be delivered and paid electronically. For bank clients, Swisscom Mobile offers the eBanking service PayNet. Registration and use of yellowbill and PayNet is free of charge. Both services are extremely ease to use – a few mouse-clicks is all it takes to pay a bill.

By introducing two-monthly bills, Swisscom Mobile will reduce paper consumption while also helping to safeguard natural resources.


Swisscom AG
Media Relations
3050 Bern