Pay As You Go Meters

You won’t receive a bill, so it’s a simple way to pay for your energy. It helps you to budget for your energy, and you can see how much you use on a daily basis.

You will still receive a statement each year so you can keep an eye on how much you’ve spent. If you have any outstanding debt from your past energy bills, this can be added to the Pay As You Go meter and spread out into affordable weekly repayments. You will still be allowed to stay on supply while repaying any money you owe.

If you have a meter there are a number of things you will have to plan in advance. To ensure you always have power when you need it you should make sure that you can easily visit a charging point or token outlet. And when you go away on holiday you need to have enough credit otherwise appliances such as fridges and freezers may go off in your absence.

Pay As You Go meters are more expensive to serve, which means that the tariffs for Pay As You Go meters tend to be slightly more expensive. It may be worth considering moving to a credit meter.

We have laid out below some guidelines about getting the most from your Pay As You Go meter. If you have any further questions then don’t hesitate to ring us on [number]