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Paying bills in Serbia

Hello everyone,

What bills do you pay? If you are renting, are bills included in the price of rent, and is this common practice in Serbia?

How can you pay your bills (e.g. online, at provider's store, at the post office)? Which is the most convenient or reliable way?

With what frequency are different bills sent in Serbia? Are there different deadlines for payment?

Thank you for sharing your experience.

Priscilla

the Bills are
electricity  and you don't have infostan / 40€ to 80 € maybe

electricity and you have infostan / 20€ to 40€

water / 30€ max


infostan ( heating ) monthly payment to the government and it is related to how much the space of your house

*some house they don't have infostan so the heating it is related to the electricity

you can directly pay  from the post .
all the bills in serbia you can pay them in post ( phone, electricity .... )

It's as the usual procedures. You can pay by bank cash desk or post office and by using online banking. I did not know if there is automaticly order on the online banking. The bills may be on different times.

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