- Your invoice via e-mail with .pdf attached
- You receive an sms notification
- Available for fixed & mobile invoices
- Free solution
- Activate e-mail invoice via MyProximus (currently only available for mobile invoices)
As a Proximus customer, you can receive your invoices digitally. We list the options below, as they depend on the type of invoices your receive from Proximus:
You can always consult the duplicates of your invoices – as well as your usage- via your ‘MyProximus’ portal. Your employees with a Proximus Budget Manager split billing plan can also receive their individual mobile invoices digitally via e-mail or Zoomit.
In case you need any help by making a choice, don't hesitate to contact us. We'll then examine with you which solution meets your company's needs the best.
Proximus Budget Manager is the ideal solution for controlling and reducing mobile phone costs at your company.
Depending on your needs and/or your employees' pattern of usage, you can define five different contribution types. If the user does not reach the limit set, you are billed for the amount actually used. If the limit is exceeded, the surplus will be billed directly to the user.
You can combine a contribution amount per user with an amount per usage type, or a contribution amount per usage category and per usage type. This enables you to define exceptions. For example, you can allocate €30 for the entire bill:
Thanks to the Private Use service, you can split the private and professional communication costs of your employees and get more control over your mobile fleet spending. Your employees will be responsible for paying for communications which cannot be regarded as work-related, while keeping the same phone and mobile number and benefiting from a low business rate for their private calls and data traffic.
Both parties receive a bill:
Private Use can be perfectly combined with a Wireless Office Extended solution.
There are three ways of separating calls:
By using an “escape code”: the user presses a specific key to determine the call type
By defining lists of authorized numbers, even abroad
By defining time slots (e.g. in national use, you configure a mobile number so that all calls between 9:00 and 17:00 are paid for by the company)
For the sake of consistency, you can implement the same rules for fixed outgoing calls by programming your phone exchange, and for mobile outgoing calls by implementing Private Use. Example: calls to a specific partner will always be paid by the company.