Can you pay National Grid with a credit card?
National Grid is now allowing customers to pay their monthly bills with debit and credit cards. The service carries a $2.25 fee for residential customers since the service is handled through Western Union. Customers can call 1-888-849-4310 or vistit http://www.nationalgridus.com to pay with a debit or credit card.
How do I pay my National Grid bill with a credit card?
Why did my National Grid bill go up?
Take advantage of our programs and solutions to greater control your energy use and monthly bills, year round. When the weather is colder or hotter than normal, more energy is needed to keep homes comfortable, and higher bills can be expected. We can help you plan for increased costs and minimize them when possible.
How to pay National Grid?
National Grid provides a self-addressed envelope with each month’s bill. To pay your bill by mail, simply mail your check or money order, along with the paper bill stub, to the address on your envelope. If paying by check, make sure to write your account number on the back, and make the check out to “Electricity and Gas payments”.
How do I pay my national grid bill by phone?
Pay Your Bill Over the Phone. Anyone looking to pay National Grid by way of telephone simply has to call the company’s pay-by-phone automated system. The number to dial is (800) 233-5325.
How do I pay my National Grid online?
Customers can pay a National Grid bill online by visiting the official National Grid website and setting up a one-time bill payment through their checking or savings account or through Western Union Speedpay by debit or credit card.
What is a national grid?
National Grid. National Grid is the responsible for the gas and electricity transmission networks in Great Britain and ensuring that supply meets demand. The National Grid owns and operates the electricity transmission network covering England and Wales.