Automated Home Energy Internet Satellite Bill Savings Smart Technology Launched

A new bill reduction service has been launched by Viv, called AutoPilot. Customers just have to upload their bill, and the team at Viv will do the rest.

Westport - November 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Viv has launched a new AutoPilot smart technology service to ensure that clients never overpay on their bills. The service can lower clients energy bills, home bills, and all manner of finances thanks to cutting edge technology and a team of experts ensuring they’re not being overcharged.

More information can be found at:https://r2group.justviv.com/autopilot-for-home

Viv was launched by likeminded entrepreneurs who were convinced there was a better way for people to live. They are passionate about giving clients and customers a way to live life that’s more affordable and more satisfying.

The newly launched AutoPilot service was created to make it easier for people to lower their bills. The process begins with the customer uploading their bills, and ends with Viv lowering their bills for them.

Viv explains that millions of Americans are overpaying for basic services, with up to $60 billion being wasted every year. Research has shown that the average cable bill has increased by 40% since 2010, a pace that saw it outpace inflation every year.

AutoPilot uses the latest technology to help customers save on all their household bills. These include TV, internet, mobile, satellite, electricity and security bills.

Most service providers bank on the fact that customers will never ask about their rates. This allows them to continually increases rates without fear.

Now, though, customers can use the newly launched AutoPilot service to fight back against expensive bills. The expert negotiators at Viv know who to talk to and what to say in order to negotiate savings.

The team states: “Most customers don’t know they are being overcharged. Chances are your monthly costs for services have increased consistently over time without you noticing, or that they include hidden fees, old charges that should have disappeared or some other gotcha that you may not even know about.”

Customers just have to upload their bill, leave the haggling to Viv, and enjoy automatic savings risk free.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Brenna
Email: Send Email
Organization: Viv - Just Viv
Address: 20 Ketchum St., 2nd Floor, Westport, CT. 06880
Phone: +18338485433
Website: https://r2group.justviv.com/autopilot-for-home/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934317

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