You can now pay your utility bills online.

Utility Bill Payment

You can now use Standard Chartered Online Banking to pay your Utility bills for the following companies

  • Electricity: KESC
  • Gas: SSGC, SNGPL
  • Mobile phone (Postpaid / Prepaid): Ufone, Telenor, Warid

Just log in to Online Banking, go to the "Bill Payments" option and select "Pay Bill".

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