No service charge for water payments through CenPay starting 1 June 2020

No service charge for water payments through CenPay starting 1 June 2020

The Provincial Waterworks Authority (PWA) is reducing the impact of COVID-19 by launching a no service charge campaign for PWA customers across the country, including when making water payments through CenPay, from 1-30 June 2020.

Mr. Kritsada Sunkhamani, Deputy Governor (Technical Affairs), as Acting PWA Governor, revealed that the PWA is concerned how Thai people are affected by COVID-19. As such, PWA is cooperating with Central Department Store Co., Ltd.’s CenPay, a service provider for water payments to PWA, to launch a no service charge campaign to reduce the burden on water consumers. PWA customers can make payments without service charge at CenPay counters in department stores and shops displaying the CenPay logo. This special offer is available from 1-30 June 2020.

PWA customers can also pay their water bills without service charge at 7-Eleven, Tesco Lotus and Big C, until 30 June 2020.

PWA also offers online payment platforms as follows: 

1) Line Official Account: PWA customers can make payment using a credit card or a debit card or scan a QR code to get a PWA payment agent application. PWA customers can also check their monthly charge and water retention areas, notify water leakage and set up a warning before payment is due. Water users can add PWA Line Official Account at ID: @pwathailand 

2) PWA website PWA customers can use their VISA card or MasterCard to make payments. 

3) Other payment applications include mPAY, AirPay, TrueMoney Wallet, Counter Service, Pay easyBills, BluePay Wallet, Shopee, KPLUS by Kasikornbank, SCB EASY by Siam Commercial Bank, Krungthai NEXT by Krungthai Bank, TMB Touch by Thai Military Bank, MyMo by Government Saving Bank, and A-Mobile by Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives. 

4) PWA 1662: Download free PWA 1662 application via App Store or Play Store.

More details, please contact PWA Contact Center # 1662

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