The Solomon Islands Water Authority is pleased to announce the launch of its CashWater online services with EziPei.

Customers registered with EziPei will soon be able to buy their CashWater top-up using their mobile phones.

Solomon Water this week signed an agreement with the Solomon Islands Postal Corporation for its customers to access online bill payments service through EziPei.

Solomon Water Chief Executive Officer, Ian Gooden said “we are excited with the signing and partnership with Solomon Islands Postal Corporation as customers will now be able to buy their CashWater top-ups using the Ezipei app on their cellphone”.

Solomon Island Postal Corporation CEO Alfred Ghemu articulated that the Corporation is obliged and indebted to Solomon Water to accept this payment system and to offer this service making it convenient for citizens to pay their bills at the comfort of their homes or elsewhere.

EziPei is the only mobile wallet in the Solomon Islands that allows you to send money, receive money, pay salary and bulk distributions, top- up your airtime, and pay for electricity and water wherever you are on smart or feature phones from all mobile networks in the country.

This new service will greatly reduce payment risk, improve cash flow and provide our customers with flexibility in their water management.

Solomon Water and Solomon Islands Postal Corporation will launch the service once the final testing is done. Solomon Water will also shortly launch an online top – up service through BSP bank.

The Solomon Islands Water Authority (SIWA) trading as Solomon Water has served customers and communities for more than 24 years since its inception in 1992. SIWA provides municipal water and wastewater services in Honiara, the capital of Solomon Islands, and municipal water services in the provincial urban centers of Auki, Noro and Tulagi.

Solomon Water is a State Owned Enterprise, wholly owned by the government of the Solomon Islands, and is governed by a Board of Directors that is responsible to the Minister of Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification, and the Minister of Finance and Treasury.


Source: Press Release, Solomon Water Authority