Canada Post’s epost service is free and allows users to manage their bills and statements from over 100 companies digitally. To date, over 8 million Canadians have registered for epost, which is the only bill consolidator service integrated with major Canadian banks for easy payment and secure access.
A new companion app has launched for the iPad to allow users to view and manage bills on their tablet instead of the web (the Canada Post iPhone app has had this feature for a while now). The app also features AirPrint to print your items and uses bank-grade security for viewing your bills.
iTunes description below:
Get your bills and statements on the go with our free iPad app
epost ™ from Canada Post is a safe, secure way to receive your bills and statements in one place, all online – and best of all, it’s free!
Simplify your life with epost
•Bank-grade security makes epost safe and secure
•Store your bills and statements for up to seven years
•Manage your payments with email and text reminders
•View your bills online at epost, then pay online with your bank
Kerry Munro, Group President, Digital Delivery Network at Canada Post said in a statement “In transforming its business, Canada Post is adapting to better serve the changing postal needs of its customers. Our new iPad app will give Canadians the choice and flexibility they desire when it comes to managing their household bills and statements.”
Let us know how you like this new app–your ‘tax dollars paid for it!’
Click here to download Canada epost for iPad–it’s free.
Update: Canada Post emailed us to clarify the following in regards to your tax dollars paying for the app:
Canada Post is a Crown corporation with a mandate to be financially self-sufficient, and we have been successfully self sufficient for more than 17 years.