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Payment Options

Automatic Payment Plan

Sign up for the Automatic Payment Plan and have the amount of your electricity bill automatically deducted from your bank account each month. No cheques, no stamps, no standing in line. Easy and convenient bill payment on time, every time!

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You can also print the enrollment form, complete and send it to Newfoundland Power with a void cheque.

Credit Card, PayPal or Interac eTransfer Payments

Newfoundland Power does not accept credit card payments. However, you can pay your Newfoundland Power electricity bill with a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Amex), PayPal or Interac eTransfer through PaySimply is a third-party, online payment service and not an official agent or partner of Newfoundland Power. collects payments and redirects them for customers for a fee. The fee amount varies and depends on your method of payment. Visit to learn more and make a payment.

To complete a transaction, you will need your payment amount and 10-digit Newfoundland Power account number. Please note there is a fee applied for the use of this service on Payments take approximately 3 business days to process.

Payment Arrangements

Newfoundland Power will work with customers to ensure continued service and offers payment arrangements if customers have fallen behind in their payments. Customers unable to pay their full balance on time and needing to make payment arrangements can do so online by logging in to their profile. If you’d like to report a payment to us, this service is offered online as well.

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Get A Discount: Did you know by paying within 10 business days of your billing date you can receive a 1.5% discount?

Other Payment Options

Newfoundland Power offers several convenient payment options to best suit your needs. In addition to our Automatic Payment Plan, you can pay through your financial institution via internet banking, telephone banking, automated teller machine (ATM) or directly at the teller. Payments can also be made by sending a cheque, money order or MoneyGram.