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  1. Located on D-650 highway, across from Antalya's inter-city bus station, ASAT is where you need to go to set up a water connection for your home. You can also pay your water bill here, at various banks listed on your water bill, or at the Turkish post office (PTT). You can also take your water bill to your Turkish bank and have payments automatically deducted from your bank account. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  2. Besides paying your water bills, you can also arrange to open a water utilities account and have your water supply connected for your property in Dalyan. Located in the building which used to be Dalyan's municipality, before it was placed under the jurisdiction of nearby Ortaca. You can also pay your water bill at the local post office (PTT), or at any bank listed on your water bill. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  3. Fethiye Su ve Kanalizasyon İdaresi Genel Müdürlüğü (MUSKİ) This is where you need to go to have water connected to your home. You can pay your water bill here, at the post office (PTT), or at participating banks listed on your water bill. You can also have your water bill automatically paid from your bank account, just take your water bill to the bank and they can arrange it. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  4. This is where you need to go in Izmir, to get water hooked up to your home. You can pay your water bills here, at the post office (PTT), or at any of the banks listed on your water bill. If you want your bills paid automatically from your bank account, just take your bill to your Turkish bank and they'll set it up. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  5. If you live in Kemer, this is where you need to go to get water connected to your home. You can pay your water bill here, at the municipality (belediye), at the post office (PTT), or at any bank listed on your water bill. You can also pay your water bill automatically from your Turkish bank account, by taking your water bill to your bank and filling out an application. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  6. In Kuşadası, ASKI is where you need to go to set up a water connection for your home. You can also pay your water bill here, at various banks listed on your water bill, or at the Turkish post office (PTT). You can also take your water bill to your Turkish bank and have payments automatically deducted from your bank account. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  7. The Kaş branch of ASAT, which is the local water company, is where you need to go to get your water connected. You can also pay bills here, or at any PTT (post office), or participating bank. You can find the banks which take the payments on the back of your water bill. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  8. Located on D-400 highway across from the Adalet Sarayı (courthouse). ASAT is where you need to go to set up a water connection for your home. You can also pay your water bill here, at various banks listed on your water bill, or at the Turkish post office (PTT). You can also take your water bill to your Turkish bank and have payments automatically deducted from your bank account. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  9. Behind the Antalya Belediye (Municipality) Building is a kiosk where you can pay your ASAT water bill. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  10. To get water connected to your home, you need to go here and open an account. You can also pay your water bills here, or at any post office (PTT), or at any bank listed on your water bill. If you want to have your bill payments automatically deducted from your bank account, just take one of your bills to your bank and fill out an application. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  11. To get water connected to your home, this is where you need to go. You can pay your water bills here, or at any bank listed on your water bill, or at any post office (PTT). You can also have your payments deducted from your bank by taking one of your water bills to your bank and applying for automatic payments. Open from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Turkey's national customer service number for water problems is 185. For more information about setting up utilities in your home in Turkey, including electricity, water, and natural gas, see our article about setting up utilities. If you have any questions, please ask them in our electricity, water, and natural gas forum.
  12. I bought a flat in Istanbul a few years ago and the Turkish guy who renovated it had his names on all my bills. He is now charging me for this privilege, the problem is the utilities companies want to see a residency visa to change the names, but I live in North Cyprus and do not spend enough time in Turkey to warrant having a residency visa. I managed to change the electricity by pleading and saying that it seemed an unfair arrangement and they finally agreed. Has anyone else had this problem, at the moment the gas and water is in his name and I really want to change it, I have the tapu in my name.
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