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The easiest way to view and pay your bills is to log into My Account. Otherwise, you can use our secure online bill payment page to pay online with a Visa or MasterCard. Credit cards are charged a payment processing fee fee which will show up on your next bill. You can view the Payment Processing Fee amount in your relevant state’s Fee Schedule. You can also register to receive your bills through BPAY View so you can receive, manage and pay them from your financial institution's internet banking website. Visit bpay.com.au for more information. You can find more information about Billing and Payments in Help and Support.    
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If you pay your energy bills using a credit card, or any card that uses a credit card payment facility, AGL is charged a merchant services fee by your financial institution. This will appear on your next bill as ‘payment processing fee’. You can view the Payment Processing Fee amount in your relevant state’s Fee Schedule. There are other methods for paying your energy bills with AGL that won’t incur a payment processing fee, which you can learn about in the Billing and Payments section of Help and Support.
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Yes, you can – and it doesn’t matter if you’re signed up to eBilling or get mailed paper bills either.   Direct Debit lets you pay each bill by its due date automatically, helping you to keep on top of them.   Simply head to this page to get started with setting up Direct Debit - just have your account number handy, as you'll need this to sign up. Otherwise, call us anytime 24/7 on 131 245 and we’ll help set it up over the phone.
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You can cancel your Direct Debit arrangement online or by calling us anytime 24/7 on 131 245.
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There are two easy and convenient ways for you to pay your energy bill in My Account: Click on the ‘Pay my bill’ button on the ‘Overview’ page; or Go to the ‘Billing’ page and follow the instructions for making a payment.
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Please call us anytime 24/7 on 131 245 if you’re having trouble paying your bill. You may qualify for a payment plan, relief scheme or a government funded concession.
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