Swissquote’s Yuh app plans to expand functionalities via addition of e-Bill
The Yuh app, launched by Swissquote and PostFinance in May 2021, is planning the addition of new functionalities, including an e-Bill.
The new e-Bill feature allows you to choose a paperless mode to manage your utility bills. Access and pay them in a heartbeat directly from your Yuh app and bid farewell to paper waste and bulky binders.
Another feature which Yuh is planning to add is virtual debit card.
The solution has recently been expanding its functionalities. For instance, Yuh has added Apple Pay. Users of the app can pay faster and safer with their favourite Apple device. Check out in apps and websites swiftly, privately, 21st-century-like. It’s contactless and cash-handling-proof. And PIN-free – no limit applicable.
In March 2022, the app added Google Pay. In February 2022, the app launched recurring investment, where investing meets automation. Yuh users can steadily invest in their preferred stocks over time placing a recurring investment order. Simply set the amount and rules and let Yuh do all the monthly legwork for you.
The Yuh app is celebrating its first anniversary. To mark its birthday, the app is offering free trading from 11 May to 30 June 2022. Yuh is letting its users’ portfolio join the digital assets, shares, trending themes and ETFs party with 0 fees.