Make payments 24/7 online using a credit, debit card, or eCheck. Central Electric members can pay their bill over the internet using an online bill pay service
Are you looking for ways to pay your Central Electric bill? Look no further! We’ve got you covered with various payment options to choose from. You can pay your bill online, by phone, through the mail, or in person at one of our conveniently located offices.
Online Payment Options
You can make payments online 24/7 using a credit, debit card, or eCheck. Simply follow the link below to access our online bill pay service, OrbitONE.
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With OrbitONE, you can pay your bill quickly and easily. Just have your six-digit location number and six-digit customer number found on your bill, along with your payment amount, ready to go.
Please note that OrbitONE will collect applicable convenience fees at the time of each payment transaction. You’ll pay $3.95 for credit/debit card payments and $2.35 for eChecks. These fees apply to both paying by phone and online bill payment.
Phone Payment Options
You can also call 1-800-470-6507 to make a payment by phone using a credit card, debit card, or eCheck. Have your six-digit location number and six-digit customer number found on your bill, along with your payment amount, ready to go.
Mail Payment Options
If you prefer to pay by mail, simply return your check or money order payment with your monthly bill statement. Please note that CEPA is not responsible for cash sent through the mail.
In-Person Payment Options
You can also visit any of CEPA’s offices, located in Carthage, Philadelphia, Sebastopol, and Rankin, to make an in-person payment using cash, check, or money order. All offices have convenient drive-thru windows and are open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Levelized billing allows you to avoid the ups and downs of seasonal electricity bills. The amount you pay each month is based on your 12-month average electricity use, keeping your monthly payment about the same from month to month.
Residential member accounts must be in good standing, and accounts must have a 12-month history to qualify for levelized billing.
If you have any questions or concerns about your bill, please visit our billing information page for details.
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Payment Options Summary
To summarize, here are the payment options available for your Central Electric bill:
- Online payments using credit, debit card, or eCheck
- Phone payments using credit card, debit card, or eCheck
- Mail payments using check or money order
- In-person payments at CEPA offices using cash, check, or money order
- Levelized billing for residential members with good standing and a 12-month history
Choose the payment option that works best for you and take care of your Central Electric bill quickly and easily. If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’re here to help!
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