Collect Plus, SELECT CONVENIENCE, (Unit 7 Ash Close Barlborough Chesterfield Derbyshire S43 4XL)

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Collect Plus, available at SELECT CONVENIENCE, Unit 7 Ash Close Barlborough Chesterfield Derbyshire S43 4XL

Opening Hours:
From our research, Unit 7 Ash Close Barlborough Chesterfield Derbyshire S43 4XL is open Mon 07:00 – 22:00 Tue – Fri 07:00 – 20:00 Sat 07:00 – 20:00 Sun 07:00 – 20:00, and Collect Plus is available at SELECT CONVENIENCE for the entirety of that time.

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PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, Hartshay Service Station, (Hartshay Hill Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3GU)

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Collect Plus, available at Hartshay Service Station, Hartshay Hill Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3GU

Opening Hours:
From our research, Hartshay Hill Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3GU is open Mon – Fri 24h Sat 24h Sun 24h, and Collect Plus is available at Hartshay Service Station for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
CollectPlus website Click here
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PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, The Offee, (65 Oxford Street Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3AH)

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Collect Plus, available at The Offee, 65 Oxford Street Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3AH

Opening Hours:
From our research, 65 Oxford Street Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3AH is open Mon – Fri 07:00 – 23:00 Sat 07:00 – 23:00 Sun 07:00 – 23:00, and Collect Plus is available at The Offee for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
CollectPlus website Click here
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PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, Co-operative Maple Ave, (UNIT 5 Maple Avenue RIPLEY Derbyshire DE5 3PY)

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Collect Plus, available at Co-operative Maple Ave, UNIT 5 Maple Avenue RIPLEY Derbyshire DE5 3PY

Opening Hours:
From our research, UNIT 5 Maple Avenue RIPLEY Derbyshire DE5 3PY is open Mon – Fri 07:00 – 23:00 Sat 07:00 – 23:00 Sun 07:00 – 23:00, and Collect Plus is available at Co-operative Maple Ave for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
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PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, Bulwell News & Gen Store, (217 Hucknall Lane Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG6 8AH)

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Collect Plus, available at Bulwell News & Gen Store, 217 Hucknall Lane Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG6 8AH

Opening Hours:
From our research, 217 Hucknall Lane Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG6 8AH is open Mon – Fri 06:00 – 22:00 Sat 06:00 – 22:00 Sun 06:00 – 22:00, and Collect Plus is available at Bulwell News & Gen Store for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
CollectPlus website Click here
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CollectPlus parcel tracking Click here
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PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, Marshall News, (188 Barnsley Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S4 7AF)

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Collect Plus, available at Marshall News, 188 Barnsley Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S4 7AF

Opening Hours:
From our research, 188 Barnsley Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S4 7AF is open Mon – Fri 05:00 – 23:15 Sat 05:00 – 23:15 Sun 05:00 – 23:15, and Collect Plus is available at Marshall News for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
CollectPlus website Click here
CollectPlus help & advice Click here
CollectPlus parcel tracking Click here
Kuehne + Nagel email support info@collectplus.co.uk

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More about CollectPlus’ parent company, PayPoint, via Wikipedia

PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, Hillside Stores, (1-3 Hillside Whitwell Worksop Nottinghamshire S80 4PF)

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Collect Plus, available at Hillside Stores, 1-3 Hillside Whitwell Worksop Nottinghamshire S80 4PF

Opening Hours:
From our research, 1-3 Hillside Whitwell Worksop Nottinghamshire S80 4PF is open Mon – Fri 07:00 – 21:00 Sat 07:00 – 21:00 Sun 07:00 – 21:00, and Collect Plus is available at Hillside Stores for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
CollectPlus website Click here
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More about CollectPlus’ parent company, PayPoint, via Wikipedia

PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, G T Retail, (13 The Oasis Meadowhall Centre Sheffield South Yorkshire S9 1EP)

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Collect Plus, available at G T Retail, 13 The Oasis Meadowhall Centre Sheffield South Yorkshire S9 1EP

Opening Hours:
From our research, 13 The Oasis Meadowhall Centre Sheffield South Yorkshire S9 1EP is open Mon – Fri 09:00 – 21:00 Sat 09:00 – 21:00 Sun 09:00 – 18:00, and Collect Plus is available at G T Retail for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
CollectPlus website Click here
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CollectPlus parcel tracking Click here
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More about CollectPlus’ parent company, PayPoint, via Wikipedia

PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, Parkway Service Station, (340 Prince of Wales Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S2 1FF)

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Collect Plus, available at Parkway Service Station, 340 Prince of Wales Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S2 1FF

Opening Hours:
From our research, 340 Prince of Wales Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S2 1FF is open Mon – Fri 07:00 – 23:00 Sat 07:00 – 23:00 Sun 07:00 – 23:00, and Collect Plus is available at Parkway Service Station for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
CollectPlus website Click here
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CollectPlus parcel tracking Click here
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More about CollectPlus’ parent company, PayPoint, via Wikipedia

PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]

Collect Plus, City Grocers, (750 City Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S2 1GN)

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Collect Plus, available at City Grocers, 750 City Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S2 1GN

Opening Hours:
From our research, 750 City Road Sheffield South Yorkshire S2 1GN is open Mon – Fri 08:00 – 22:00 Sat 08:00 – 22:00 Sun 08:00 – 22:00, and Collect Plus is available at City Grocers for the entirety of that time.

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CollectPlus (Calls cost 7ppm + network charges)
0843 902 8956
CollectPlus website Click here
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More about CollectPlus’ parent company, PayPoint, via Wikipedia

PayPoint plc is a British business offering a system for paying bills in United Kingdom, Ireland and Romania. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Contents
1 History
2 Operations
3 References
4 External links
History
The PayPoint network was set up in 1996[2] with the aim of enabling customers to load gas and electricity onto their prepayment energy meters in cash at their local convenience store. Prepayment meters are intended to help customers to manage energy use, thereby helping the environment, and control their spending, thereby enabling to live within their limited means.[3] Typically about 40% of customers use prepayment meters for their electricity and gas: this percentage has remained roughly constant over the last five years.[4] First tested in Northern Ireland, the system was expanded to London in 1997 and in 1998, British Gas prepayment meter customers were able to charge their Quantum smart cards at PayPoint retailers.[2]

Following continued growth and public listing, in 2006, the company became the exclusive cash payment network for the BBC’s TV Licence fee.[5] In November 2006 and February 2007, PayPoint acquired online payment service providers Metacharge and SECPay respectively.[6] In September 2010, PayPoint completed the acquisition of Verrus,[7] a pay-by-phone parking payment provider and re-branded in North America and Europe under the brand name, PayByPhone.[8] In May 2014, PayPoint.net and PayByPhone were merged under a single identity, PayPoint Mobile and Online.[9]

In February 2011, Collect+ a parcel sending and collection service, was launched as a joint venture between PayPoint and Yodel.[10] This service is available through almost 6,000 of the PayPoint retail network in the United Kingdom and allows customers to collect and send packages at their local convenience store.[11]

Operations

The PayPoint branding in use on most stores
PayPoint allows cash payments at any one of 28,200 United Kingdom PayPoint outlets,[12] 500 in Ireland and 9,000 in Romania.[13] It also provides multi-channel payment for retailers �” desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, mPOS.[13]