It's time to go paperless

We’re making the switch to eBILL paperless billing.

Why wait! eBILL is available through mySASKTEL. Sign up now.

 

If you’re one of our customers included in our move to paperless billing, you’ll receive communications with all the information you need to get ready for the transition.

Let’s make Saskatchewan greener

We’re committed to a clean, green Saskatchewan. We’ve been named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for the past 10 years.

2018 Canada's Greenest Employers

 

Moving to eBILL paperless billing will help to decrease resource use and waste and reduce the carbon footprint in our communities. Plus, it will help reduce the over 36 million pieces of paper used to send customer bills every year. That’s 2,300 trees!

Make life easier with eBILL

Cut the paper clutter in your home.

Managing your bills online is convenient, easy, and can be done anytime, from anywhere.

You'll get a monthly email when your eBILL is ready.

You can:

  • See the amount due
  • View your bill with one click
  • Pay with a credit card or how you do today

Plus, you can access the last 18 months of your bills and download or print anytime you want.

Manage it all in mySASKTEL

eBILL is available through mySASKTEL.

To see your eBILL, you’ll need a mySASKTEL profile with a linked account.

Don’t have mySASKTEL yet? It’s easy and free to sign up. When linking your accounts, you’ll need your account number and last billed amount for each account. Get help linking your account.

 

With mySASKTEL, you can do more than view and pay your bill. You can quickly and easily manage your services like change your wireless plan, add a TV channel or theme pack, upgrade your Internet plan, and more. Learn more about mySASKTEL.

 


 

Still need a paper bill? No problem

Only residential customers with SaskTel Internet or wireless data services will be moved to eBILL. If you would rather continue to receive a paper copy of your bill, you can change your billing preference under Manage Accounts in mySASKTEL. For help, see Cancelling eBILL (going back to paper).