Pacific Power offers several payment options, including options to pay online, by phone, in person, or by mail, as noted on its website. Customers may also schedule automatic bill payments to have their bills paid automatically from a checking or savings account on their due dates. Other options include paying someone else's bill with a gift payment.Continue Reading
Online payment to Pacific Power is secure and easy, states Pacific Power. To pay online, customers visit the Pacific Power website and click on the Payment & Billing options tab under the Residential grouping on the left-hand side. Next, customers click on the Pay Now link under the Pay Online section to enter their payment information. Users are prompted to create an online web profile with the site before paying, and they must be logged in to make a payment. Payment is accepted via a checking or savings account or with a debit or credit card.
Checking and savings accounts and credit or debit cards can be used for making payments by phone to Pacific Power, according to its website. Customers dial (800) 672-2403 to pay residential bills. Bills up to $600 are payable by phone, and there is a $1.95 fee for each transaction made via phone, as of 2015.Learn more about Corporations