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Manilla vs. PageOnce: Building better bills

The paper bills you get in the mail? Holdovers from a bygone time. But they'll be with us for a while yet, judging by the current state of the art in online billing.

By March 4, 2011

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Read your snail mail on the Web: Earth Class Mail

Now you can get your physical mail on your PC.

By March 21, 2007

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Net biller picks up tab on Paytrust

The deal will add to Metavante's stable of clients some 50 new billers, including companies such as American Express, Citibank and Capital One.

July 2, 2002

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Paytrust scoops up rival in stock deal

The online bill payment company, backed by AT&T, American Express and Softbank, acquires PayMyBills.com.

By August 22, 2000

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Bill-pay contender buys rival's assets

On a buying spree, online billing company Metavante agrees to snap up the assets of Wells Fargo-backed rival Spectrum EBP, which failed to catch on as a payments go-between.

July 29, 2002

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The check's in the Net

special report If you pay bills online, don't wait until the last minute.

May 30, 2002

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Free ride gone for PayMyBills customers

In the latest Web freebie to be yanked, the company tells customers who signed up for a free two years of service that they will have to start paying for services.

By March 22, 2001

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Free ride gone for PayMyBills customers

In the latest Web freebie to be yanked, the company tells customers who signed up for a free two years of service that they will have to start paying for services.

By March 22, 2001

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7-Eleven weighing in-store financial services

The brick-and-mortar convenience store chain is in the middle of testing a computer kiosk project that could allow customers to pay bills or buy concert tickets while in the store.

By February 28, 2001

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X.com ceases banking operations

The financial services site is walking away from its banking business to concentrate on its online payment service, PayPal.

By November 9, 2000