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BPAY offers new schools $1000 rebate on set-up costs

The first 50 schools to become  BPAY Billers before 30 March 2018 will receive a $1000 rebate towards their BPAY set-up costs and will automatically go into a draw to win a $10,000 grant.

Offering BPAY as a payment service empowers families to manage their school fee payments in a convenient, fast, and secure way. For schools the benefits are:

  • Giving parents and families the security and confidence of using BPAY, 41% of Australians prefer BPAY over other bill payment methods
  • Better Cash flow. On average, BPAY users paid their bill the earliest compared to other methods*. There is also the ability for payments to be scheduled
  • Reduced time spent on preparing and chasing bills allowing more focus on school initiatives.

The BPAY website lists 1000 schools that are BPAY Billers... from 'A' for Abbotsleigh School in Wahroonga on Sydney's North Shore to 'Z' for Zillmere State School in Zillmere, QLD.

To received the $1000 rebate and enter the draw, schools must first contact their financial institution to become a BPAY Biller. After the first payment is received via BPAY, email sales.support@bpay.com.au, sending:

  1. School Name
  2. BPAY Biller Code
  3. Contact name
  4. Contact number

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