Ecuador’s National Telecommunications Corporation (CNT) introduces electronic billing

October 18, 2013  |  Electronic Invoicing, Latin America, Payment

Ecuador’s National Telecommunications Corporation (CNT) has introduced the electronic billing service. The e-invoice, or better: electronic bill provides data on fixed telephony, fixed internet and satellite TV (DTH) consumption. According to National Telecommunications Corporation CNT, the service already has 7,000 customers, including residential and business users.

Communications Service Providers in Ecuador that want to use e-billing, must first create the e-invoice and store it in a data file. Then, a digital certificate needs to be signed, the content is encrypted and the digital stamp is added. The end-user receives the e-bill in its e-mail in two files: one with the invoice in XML format and another that contains tax information.


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