eBill is becoming more and more popular and widely used. The largest user group is between 30 and 39 years old, with the most significant growth of 15% among persons over 65. This means that senior citizens are increasingly involved in digital payments. Overall, more than 40% of the 15- to 89-year-olds in Switzerland use eBill. Therefore, it now reaches more than half of Swiss households.

With eBill, invoices arrive where they are paid: in online banking. To stop receiving invoices by mail or e-mail, consumers can log into their bank’s online banking system, activate eBill, and then check and pay invoices with just a few clicks. This offers advantages for both consumers and businesses.

Up to 95% of all Swiss financial institutions offer eBill and actively promote it. Many invoice issuers already use eBill, for example, leading telecom providers, health insurance companies, utilities, government agencies, and credit card companies. An increasing number of small and medium-sized businesses also use eBill.

Further information: eBill

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SIX provides and operates stable and efficient infrastructure for the Swiss and Spanish financial centers, thus ensuring access to the capital markets and the flow of information and money between financial market players. As a global provider of financial information, SIX delivers high-quality reference, pricing, corporate actions, and ESG data and provides regulatory services and indices to clients around the world. The company is owned by its users (more than 120 banks) with a workforce of 4,160 employees and a presence in 19 countries.