I have been open to my opposition to Globe's paperless billing system (as of now) simply because there are still a lot of things to be ironed out.
The most important would be the efficiency of the system in delivering the paperless bills to the subscribers at the right time and to be able to document if indeed the said subscriber actually received the said bill.
Despite the advances of technology and the supposed simplicity and environmentally friendlier way, I strongly suggest that you go back to the traditional service of receiving bills via courier... up to now there is still a paper trail that you can trace as the courier is made to get the signature of the recipient and the date received in the listed billing address. This way, all parties (Globe and subscriber) would be able to know when a bill is delivered and duly received in case of disputes. (This method is still the most accepted way in legal proceedings).
Besides, our e-commerce law's implementing rules and regulations have not yet been streamlined to protect the interests of the consumers and up to now is only good as an idea rather than a legally accepted way of practice.