You Telecom Bill Payment

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You Broadband is a well-known Internet service provider that offers high-speed data, voice and video services. It is actively engaged in catering to the high-speed Internet requirements of residential and corporate customers.
Moreover, You Telecom provides dedicated leased line to corporate and SME customers so that they can send huge volumes of data. To extend the convenience of easy bill payment options for its consumers, You Telecom is providing multiple payment channels.
You Telecom Online Bill Payment
You Telecom offers Online Bill Payment feature that gives you the freedom to pay your You Telecom Bill anytime from the comfort of your home or office.
Now, you may make online payment online in one of the following ways.
Net Banking
•    Before using Net banking facility, you should ensure that your net banking facility is activated.

•    Keep your Net banking User ID and Password ready with you.

•    Visit the following link for paying your You Telecom bills via Netbanking.
http://itapps.youtele.com:8100/default/homeuser/universal_login.jsp

•    Enter your username and password for sign into your account.

•    Select your Bank from the list of banks given for using Net banking facility and then click submit.

•    You will be taken to Net banking account page.  Check if your web page is secure by checking the URL of the webpage and see if it starts with HTTPS and click on Lock icon located in the status bar of your web browser for viewing the site’s security details.

•    Enter your Net banking User ID and password. You may use the virtual keyboard given for ensuring the secure transaction.

•    Confirm that the details submitted are correct and click on submit.
Credit Card/Debit Card
•    Do you have VISA or Master Credit Card? If yes, you can pay your You Telecom Bills by using it.

•    Keep your VISA or Master Credit Card with you while making the transaction.

•    Visit the following link for paying your You Telecom bills via Credit Card.
http://itapps.youtele.com:8100/default/homeuser/universal_login.jsp

•    Enter your username and password for sign into your account.

•    Select your Bank from the list of banks given for using VISA or Master Credit Card/Debit Card and then click submit.

•    You will be taken to a new page which will ask for the details of your VISA or Master Credit Card/Debit Card.

•    Enter the 16 digit VISA or Master Credit Card/Debit Card

•    Enter your name as shown on the card, Enter the expiry date, and enter the CVC code (3 digit code written on the back side of your card)

•    After verifying all the details, Click on submit to complete the transaction.

•    It takes only a few seconds to complete the transaction, and you will receive the status of the transaction.

•    E-Receipt will be generated and send to your registered email address. You may take a printout of the E-receipt and file it for your future records.
You Telecom ITZ Cash Card
•    You may also make payments of You Telecom Bills through ITZ Cash Card.

•    Purchase ITZ cash card of the required denomination from any outlet. You may also buy ITZ Cash Card online.
•    Visit the following link for paying your You Telecom bills via Credit Card.
http://itapps.youtele.com:8100/default/homeuser/universal_login.jsp

•    Enter your username and password for sign into your account.

•    Select the payment mode as ITZ cash card.

•    Scratch the silver coating on the back of the Cash card to locate the pin number (4 digits) and card number (12 digits).

•    Use the Cash Card number and Pin number on pay link for paying your You Telecom bills.

You Telecom Bill Payment Drop Boxes
•    You may locate the nearby Suvidha Drop-Box by browsing the following link.
http://www.youbroadband.in/skypak.php

•    Visit your nearest You Telecom Suvidha Drop-Box in person to pay your bills.

•    Carry a copy of your pending bill and make payment in Cash/cheque at the Bills Pay counter.
In addition to these payment options, you may also pay your bills with your mobile by using following methods.
•    Atom IVR
•    Using mChek