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Pay as you go meter we install a meter in your home, free of charge, and provide you with a 'chargeable' electronic key to top up you can top up at our Head Office and many retail outlets around the Island.
Getting a Pay As You Go meter. It's easy to change to a Pay As You Go (pre-payment) meter. If you currently have a credit meter, it's worth making sure a Pay As You Go meter is the best option for you. There are lots of ways you can pay and manage your bills. For example, you could pay by a monthly Direct Debit and spread your costs throughout the year, and register for an online account to.
Smart Pay As You Go still allows you to pay for your energy as you use it, but with new ways to top up. You can top up using our App, online, by phone or at the Post Office. You can also set up alerts when your credit is running low. And if you do run out of credit, we will not disconnect you on Sundays, UK Bank Holidays or between 4pm and 11am Monday to Saturday. How we’re keeping you and.
A prepayment meter lets you pay for your energy before you use it. You simply visit a shop to buy credit which is added to your key. Then you insert the key into your meter to top up your credit. Top Ten Tips 1. Only use your npower programmed key 2. Top up your credit regularly, even over the summer months 3. Only use the emergency credit in an emergency 4. Check your meter regularly to.
Go to your nearest open Paypoint or Payzone. You top up your prepayment meter by adding credit to your electricity key or gas card. You can do this anywhere you see a Paypoint or Payzone sign: You’ll find Paypoints or Payzones in local corner shops, newsagents, supermarkets and garages. Look out for the yellow or pink logo outside the shop, in the window or at the counter. Before you make.
A Pay As You Go Meter has two parts: Main meter: This replaces your existing meter; Customer keypad: This will sound a low volume alarm when your credit runs low. You can enter your credit at the main meter or at the customer keypad.
If you run out of credit on your meter, you could be left without gas or electricity until you top up. You’ll need to remember to top up. Not all energy firms offer online top-up, so you may need to go to your local shop. You pay a daily fee even if you use no gas or electricity at all. This is called a standing charge and applies to most.