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Doxo, the Seattle maker of online bill paying technologies, is expanding its arsenal to mobile devices today with the launch of DoxoPay. The service, now available on Android and an updated version of iOS, allows users to receive bills on mobile devices and pay with one account and one password.

“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,” said CEO Steve Shivers, a former executive at Qpass and Amdocs.

That’s music to the ears of bill collectors who can get their cash sooner, and without the hassle sometimes associated with missed payments. Service providers that have set up service via Doxo include AT&TSprint,Puget Sound EnergyKansas City Power and LightSound Community Bank,Oregon Federal Credit Union.

Describing itself as a digital filing cabinet, Doxo competes against Hearst-backed Manilla and others. Doxo is backed by founder Jeff Bezos; OpenTable CEO Thomas Layton; Mohr Davidow and Sigma Partners.

Previously on GeekWireState of Washington picks Doxo for paperless filesStartup Spotlight: Bezos-backed doxo looks to transform bill paying, inks deal with AT&T

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