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One-stop payment service at Hongkong Post - PayThruPost service


You can settle your government bills and utility bills at any post offices (except mobile post offices) throughout Hong Kong via the PayThruPost Service. It's simple and convenient.

Payment for the following bills is accepted at Post Office (except mobile post offices).

Department / Organization
Inland Revenue Department * Tax Bills
  * Business Registration Fees
  * Tax Reserve Certificates
Water Supplies Department * Water and Sewage Charges
  * Water Deposits
  * Other WSD Demand Notes
Rating and Valuation * Rates and/or Government Rent Department
Hong Kong Police Force * Fixed Penalty Tickets
Treasury * Government Rent
  * Land Premium
Food and Environmental * Market Stall Rent
Hygiene Department * Licences / Permits
Environmental Protection Department * Department Demand Notes
Student Financial Assistance Agency * Student Loan Repayment Demand Notes,
including Government Non-means Tested Loan Repayment
  * Teachers-in-Training Loan Repayment
Education Department * Fees for Adult Education
Drainage Services Department * Trade Effluent Surcharges
Various Government Departments * Government General Demand Notes
CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd * Electricity Bills
  * Deposit Bills
The Hongkong Electric Company Ltd * Electricity Bills
PCCW * Telecom Bills
Hong Kong CSL Ltd * Mobile Phone Bills
The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Ltd * Gas Bill

Simply bring your bills intact to any of the post offices (except mobile post offices) and you can pay either by cash or by cheque. For government bills, you can also choose to pay by EPS. Receipt line will be imprinted on your bill to acknowledge the payment.

For further details of the PayThruPost service, please call the Hongkong Post enquiry hotline on 2921 2222.

For enquires about your bills or services provided by the departments or companies, please call their hotlines or visit the relevant websites direct.

End/Wednesday, October 3, 2001