Ukrposhta presented its report for March: Ukrainians paid more than 5 million utility bills at post offices


Despite the fact that the government promised in a number of regions not to charge fines for late payments for communal services, Ukrainians consciously support the economy and pay bills so that communal services can continue their work. Thus, in March, Ukrainians paid in branches of Ukrposhta more than 5 million utility bills (in areas where hostilities are not taking place), for a total amount of 2.6 billion UAH. In terms of quantity, it is 2% more than in February.

Ukrposhta also invites Ukrainians, who have an opportunity, to support the country's economy and to pay utility bills for April not waiting for the paper documents - payments will be accepted and recorded, and utility companies will make recalculations for the next months bills.

"We are grateful to every customer who paid for utility services through a postman or directly at the postal office. From its side, Ukrposhta did everything possible to give Ukrainians the possibility to pay utility bills so that city and communal services and national companies could provide services. We also understand that not all companies are able to provide paper bills to customers, so in some areas, our postmen have accepted payments based on the previous month bills and we will continue to do so. This is a forced measure, especially in areas where access has not yet been fully restored," commented Oleg Klyapko, Director of the Financial Business Department of Ukrposhta.

For the payment of utility bills in the automated branches of Ukrposhta, the promotional offer "Happy Hours" applies - when during the first half of the day there is 50% discount for a payment fee.