Can I pay ESB bill online?
For payment of Invoices from ESB Networks Only. Laser/Visa Debit or Credit Cards are acceptable. You will need your Account Number and Payment Request Number which you will find at the top of the Invoice.
How do I pay ESB connection?
Payment Methods Make your cheque, bank draft or postal order payable to ESB Networks. Note: Please attach your payment counterfoil. Please do not send cash by post.
How do I pay my ESB bill over the phone?
You can pay your bill online by debit or credit card. Or you can phone us on 0345 600 5335 with your card details and we will process your payment.
Where can I find my ESB account number?
Find it in the top right hand corner of your bill from your electricity supplier….How to Find your Meter RM and Serial Number
- Your Meter RM and Serial Number are printed on the front of your meter.
- Please have this to hand, before you phone our National Customer Contact Centre on 1800 372 757.
Is ESB the same as Electric Ireland?
ESB was established in 1927 as a statutory corporation in the Republic of Ireland and the majority of shares are held by the Irish Government. Previously known as ESB Customer Supply and ESB Independent Energy, the retail division of ESB has been rebranded to Electric Ireland in 2012.
How do I pay my first bill?
Let’s take a look.
- Sign Up for Auto Pay. Most of your regularly recurring bills—utilities, mortgage, car loan, etc.
- Consolidate Bills.
- Schedule Bill-Paying Time.
- Create a Bill-Paying Location.
- Organize Paper Bills.
- Give Your Payment Time to Arrive.
- Learn Your Billing Cycle.
- Use Your Phone to Pay.
Can you pay ESB in post office?
BillPay at the post office You can pay a variety of bills free of charge at your local post office – including mobile phone, gas, electricity, TV and local authority payments.
How do I find my Electric Ireland account number?
Your bill (Front) This is your Electric Ireland account number. You’ll find it in the top right hand corner of your bill.
Is it better to pay bills with credit or debit?
The bottom line. Be aware of any convenience fees you’ll incur by paying your bills with credit cards. It’s best to use credit only for products and services that won’t charge a fee, and using cash, debit or bank transfer for the rest.
Can I pay direct debit with credit card?
Although you can set up direct debits to come out of your bank or building society account, you can’t set up direct debits from a credit card.