Through a web-based client application called My Manila Water App, around 7 million customers of East Zone concessionaire Manila Water may now enquire about their outstanding balances, know their current billings, and even pay their bills from the comfort of their homes and offices (MMWA).
“We fully recognize the need for mobile applications that our customers can use to reduce travel and exposure to the COVID-19 in physical payment centers; thus, we are launching the My Manila Water App to make it more convenient for them,” says Jeric Sevilla, Manila Water’s Corporate Strategic Affairs Group Head. “Our clients can also directly lodge their problems, requests, and enquiries through this app.”
The app, according to Sevilla, is not only available to residential clients, but also to commercial and industrial accounts.
“We will release a downloadable version of the app in the coming months as we continue to add more features and expand it to include service advisories and interruptions; news and updates; traffic advisories, checking and tracking the locations of any of our ongoing activities such as pipelaying, emergency repairs, and maintenance activities, among others,” Sevilla said.
Customers only need to go to https://my.manilawater.app/ and enter their account verification information from any of their bills from the previous six months.
Manila Water has launched its SMS Bill Inquiry and Bill on Demand services in recent months, which consumers can continue to use.
Manila Water is a private concessionaire of the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System that provides water and wastewater services to Marikina, Pasig, Taguig, Makati, San Juan, Mandaluyong, and portions of Quezon City and Manila, as well as Rizal Province.
Is it possible to check my water bill online?
Yes, you can check your water bill online at your water board’s official website. To check your water bill, you must first log onto their portal.
How do I check the status of my Manila Water account by text?
Customers will just text the details to 225600:MWBILLCANlast 8 digits of contract account number on their phones, he said. Customers may also receive a response advising them of an overpayment or the absence of any outstanding debt, according to Sevilla.
Check Bill by SMS
Send a text message to 20557 with your Nairobi Water account number to check your water bill by SMS.
This technology is difficult to use and may cost more than standard SMS rates.
Check Water Bill Online
- If you have a registered email and password, enter them; otherwise, click Register.
- Open your email inbox and look for the Nairobi Water and Sewerage Company’s message.
- Copy the verification OTP code and paste it into the OTP Prompt, then confirm the OTP.
How can I obtain a copy of my water bill?
- Go to http://www.nairobiwater.co.ke/enquiry/register.php for further information. and provide your contact information to receive e-bill notifications
Finally, here are 13 water-saving techniques to help you save money on your monthly water bill.
How do I check my Maynilad payment history?
Once you’ve signed up for Maynilad’s My Water Bill Portal, you’ll be able to see the following information in your online account:
Log in to your My Water Bill account to view your current Maynilad bill. On the screen, you’ll see a summary of your account for the most recent billing period.
Simply select a period from the Billing Period drop-down menu and click the Update button to view your previous Maynilad bills.
After joining in the My Water Bill program, you will receive monthly bill notifications through email or SMS in addition to being able to check your Maynilad bill online.
How do I make a phone call to Manila Water from my phone?
- 1627 is the number to call (24 Hours) Facebook: /ManilaWater. My Manila Water App: https://my.manilawater.app/
- The Stock Transfer Office of the Bank of the Philippine Islands is located on the 16th floor of the BPI Building.
Is Manila Water the same as Maynilad?
Maynilad Water Services, Inc., or Maynilad, is the water and wastewater provider for the cities and municipalities that make up the West Zone of the Philippines’ Greater Manila Area. It is the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System’s agent and contractor (MWSS). Maynilad is one of Metro Manila’s two private water providers, the other being Manila Water.
Maynilad, which was founded in 1997, now serves nearly 9 million people in the cities of Caloocan, Las Pias, Malabon, Muntinlupa, Navotas, Paraaque, Pasay, and Valenzuela, as well as most of Manila and portions of Quezon City and Makati west of the Metro Manila Skyway. Outside of Metro Manila, it serves the cities of Cavite, Bacoor, and Imus, as well as the towns of Kawit, Noveleta, and Rosario in Cavite Province.