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Use "e-billing" in a sentence
"Corporates, particularly the utility companies, often in an effort to reduce costs, unwittingly or cynically perpetuate untruths by stating that e-billing or other forms of e-communication are better for the environment and that, by switching to online documents, we will ‘save forests’ and be more environmentally responsible."
"You know, switch to e-billing for my banking and stuff like that."
"The letters announcing the change, which start going out today, warn that from October phone users will pay £13.29 a month for their landline, or £12.04 if they have opted to receive their bills via email (e-billing)."