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Can you pay your bills? Can you pay your telephone bills? Can you pay your automo’bills?

More importantly, can you pay them all from your phone?

Doxo, a startup focused on cloud document storage, thinks you should be able to, and to that end, it launched doxoPay today.


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The new product is a way to receive and pay all your bills from your iPhone or Android device. The startup’s single-login, single-click payment features mean users can make paying bills much simpler, faster, and centralized.

Doxo said it’s also signing up banks, public utilities, and major phone and cable carriers to work directly with the startup on doxoPay features.

Doxo’s mobile apps deliver mobile bill payment and management (you can upload digital and even paper bills from non-Doxo-connected providers on the fly), a digital file cabinet for storing sensitive and important data for your household accounts, and automatic backup for life’s most crucial pieces of paper — say, the deed for your house or your marriage license.

Both the iPhone and Android Doxo mobile apps are free of charge for consumers.

“The Doxo mission is to massively simplify the experience of interacting with providers and paying bills,” said the startup’s CEO, Steve Shivers, in a release about the news.

“The new capabilities of our mobile app make bill paying simpler than ever. So simple, in fact, that Doxo users are paying their bills an average of 10 days sooner than they would through traditional mail.”

Here’s a few sneak peeks at the iPhone version of the app:

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Doxo was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. To date, the startup has taken $15.3 million in seed and subsequent institutional rounds of funding.

Top image courtesy of Pincasso, Shutterstock

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