Yes, you can use your Current account to pay bills online with a variety of payment systems. You can do this in two ways, using your account and routing information or using your Current card information.
ACH Bill Payments
If the bill payment is processed as an ACH debit you can add your account details for things like your phone, cable, utility or credit card bills by entering your information on their site. Once the company you're trying to pay submits the request to us, the funds will leave your account within 1-3 business days.
As a note, when paying bills using ACH you'll need to make sure the funds remain in your spending balance (not your Savings Pods) or the payment may fail when the company you're trying to pay attempts to withdraw it.
If you need to locate your account and routing numbers, check out our guide here
Paying with your Current card
Some bills, like your cell phone, may also allow you to use your debit card to pay a bill. In this case you'd enter your information in the same way you would when shopping online, and the bill would be run as a normal debit transaction. If the funds aren't available, the transaction would be declined and you'd receive a notification that it was attempted.
Tip: You can also use your virtual card numbers to pay bills so if you ever lose your physical card you won't miss a payment.