Pageonce – Money & Bills is launching a new improved version of its free mobile bill payments app that allows consumers to track and pay all of their bills in one place (view press release). Pageonce enables its users to track cash, bills, credit cards, and investments across multiple accounts, and provides bill payment functionality through its proprietary payment platform. It sends bill reminders, let’s people pay from any checking account, debit or credit card, provides full bill presentment, and offers free phone support.
The new updated version aims to meet the various functionality features outlined by Javelin Strategy & Research in its April 2012 report, “Bill Pay Innovators, What Challengers Must Do To Reshape How Americans Pay Bills.” That report outlined seven areas of functionality that needed to be addressed by app developers and innovators which included; Mobile access; Centralized Bill & Money Management Integration; Bill Pay Capabilities; Archives Bills; Payment Options; Bill Presentment and where payments occur.
As well as meeting these requirements, the latest version includes two new features; File Cabinet, which allows instant viewing and archiving; and Scheduled Payments, which enables users to schedule payments rather than paying them in real-time. Pageonce – Money & Bills app is free to download on the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.
Guy Goldstein, Chief Executive Officer of Pageonce said: “With our mobile-first approach, we continue innovating the Pageonce – Money & Bills app, listening to our users’ feedback and leading the industry in terms of our features and functionality. Our vision is simple; to make people smarter with their everyday money.”
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