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I know of 3 True shops-Central, Airport, and TescoLotus at Mee Chok. Right now v inconvenient to go to any of those so i tried 7/11 and was unable.  Clerk could do 'Top-Up' but i have a balance due on the data usage. Gave my phone # but 'mai dai'.

 

So any other ideas?  Will not be doing any bank transfers, cash only for me.

 

 

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Do you have online Thai banking ? telephone banking ?

 

if you are adamant about "cash" find someone who has banking app and pay them, they pay it for you.

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Tesco Lotus - Kamtieng, and Tesco Lotus Hang Dong road also have True offices.

On their website map it says Maya and Kad Suan Kaew also

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If you have a Thai person who lends you her ID card (only Thai citizens can register for this app) you can download the TrueMoney wallet app.

Then you can topup your wallet in 7/11 and pay all kinds of bills using this wallet app.

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You should be able to pay at any 7-Eleven or Family Mart for a fee of 10-15 baht.

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1 hour ago, CharlieH said:

Do you have online Thai banking ? telephone banking ?

 

if you are adamant about "cash" find someone who has banking app and pay them, they pay it for you.

I tried for almost a year to pay my Truvision bill via the app online. Eventually was told that it can only be done with a Thai credit card, which I can't get/don't want. Resolved the issue by changing to AIS. Better service, far cheaper and pay my bill in seconds via Bangkok Bank online.

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1 hour ago, jackdd said:

If you have a Thai person who lends you her ID card (only Thai citizens can register for this app) you can download the TrueMoney wallet app.

Then you can topup your wallet in 7/11 and pay all kinds of bills using this wallet app.

Nonsense. I have/had it.

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6 minutes ago, elektrified said:

Nonsense. I have/had it.

Then maybe they added support for foreigners since i got it. When i registered for it i had to provide a Thai citizen ID number, without it i couldn't register.

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15 hours ago, cmsally said:

On their website map it says Maya and Kad Suan Kaew also

Yes for Maya but Kad Suan Kaew True office was closed last year.

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Update:  went finally to Tesco-Lotus at Mee Chok Plaza.  The True shop has a bill-pay kiosk so i did that.  My bill was 300 baht, i put in 1000  baht and got no change, only 700 baht credit.  At least my problems are solved for 2 more months. 

I do wish i could do the same with PEA but cannot get any credit balance with them regardless of where i pay.  I do no online Thai banking.  Cash is best for me.

I'll look around MAYA next time i'm there.

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1 hour ago, chingmai331 said:

 

I do wish i could do the same with PEA but cannot get any credit balance with them regardless of where i pay. 

Some years ago I told them I was leaving Thailand for a few months and asked if I could establish a credit balance so my bill would be paid while I was gone.  They said ok.  Might not be ok today but worth a try?

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Well, i did go to the PEA office at Mee Chok, above Rimping, some years ago.  Told the clerk i would be out of town for 2 months and could i pay in advance?  She had never heard of such a thing but did agree to hold my 1000 baht and take care of the bills.

When i returned to collect the receipts and change she fished around in a drawer and pulled out some baht and the bills. Nothing was entered into the 'system' but she personally paid the bill each month and deducted from my cash.

Everything was above board and i was OK with the deal but did find it a strange way to run a public utility business.

 

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PEA has an app that allows you to pay your bill online via your Thai bank

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