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How do you pay your OG&E bill?

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You can pay your OG&E bill through the OG&E online payment portal, by mail or by phone. Payments paid online usually post the next business day, although observed bank holidays usually delay the payment posting to the next business day.

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You can also pay your OG&E bill with the Auto Pay feature, with the bill amount automatically deducted from your savings or checking account monthly. With automatic payments, you receive a monthly bill showing the exact amount of your usage and the scheduled date the payment is to be withdrawn from your account. You have up to 10 days from the mailing date of the bill to stop the withdrawal if you have any questions regarding your bill.

You can also pay your OG&E bill by mail by using the return envelope provided with your bill. As of July 2015, the bill-paying mailing address is OG&E, P.O. Box 24990, Oklahoma City, OK, 73124-0090. You can also pay your bill in person with a credit or debit card, or cash or check at any authorized payment agent location. Payments made with cash incur a $1 service charge, and there is a $2.95 processing fee for payments made with a PIN-less debit card for payments up to $300.

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