E-billing is a digital billing standard used by Swiss banks. From 2018 and 2019, the term E-billing has been gradually phased out in favor of the term eBill.

E-billing differs from billing with deposit slips in that bills are sent directly to banks electronically. Many Swiss companies offer E-billing (eBill) billing.

E-billing bills appear in the online banking portals of private accounts and business accounts, where they can be tracked and paid via bank transfer.

Payment of E-billing bills can be completed with just one mouse click. That makes online banking with E-billing less time consuming than manually copying information from a deposit slip. E-billing also provides the option of rejecting or altering incorrect bills.

More on this topic:
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