Cyprus Mail

Cyta to resume disconnecting overdue accounts

Cyta, which gave leeway to customers for unpaid bills up until June 30 due to the coronavirus, said Tuesday it was gradually returning previous practices including disconnection.

It said anyone with outstanding bills over €100 in July would be disconnected. For August, the ceiling would be €70.

Last month, the company announced that it would not disconnect it service to customers unable to pay the bills until June 30 in order to help people recover from any loss of income occurred during the coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown.

Cyta recommends its customers settle their bills in time to avoid any unnecessary inconvenience.

It also encourages people to pay their bills online at:

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