Bhaskar News Service
Noida, Now it will be easy for the people of the city to pay the water sewer bill. For this, the Noida Authority has launched the “Noida Jal” android app.
Through this app, the following facilities will be provided to the consumers. Through the said mobile app, the consumer can register and login with Consumer number, Property number or Property RID. A valid mobile number will be required for registration and login, on which the app can be used after entering the received OTP.
Provision to generate challan for payment made earlier, bill details and offline payment is available on the main screen. Along with this, the details of the consumer’s water connection information can also be seen in the app.
Consumers will be able to pay their bills online through the said mobile app. In addition to online payment in the app, challans can be generated for payment through NEFT / RTGS / DD. As the payment received through the app shies from the ERP of the authority. Hence real time updation of payment received will also be automatically reflected. The said app can be downloaded by searching the link https://play.g00gle.com/store/apps/details?id-com inventive.noidajal or “NOIDA JAL App” on Google Play Store. The iOS version of this app will be made live soon. Apart from the App, the website of the Consumer Authority. s/www.oida’alonline.com/ You can also get information related to your water connection and pay bills.
For payment or any other assistance, mobile number 9818868008 can be contacted or assistance can be obtained from the personnel working in the Helpdesk set up in Sector 05, 37, and 39 offices of the Water Department of the Authority. Releasing this app on Monday, Chief Executive Officer of Noida Industrial Development Authority, Ritu Maheshwari said that Noida Authority is continuously committed to make its services simple, accessible and transparent. In this sequence, the authority has taken another initiative in this direction.
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