Is Prepaid Metering the right choice for you?
- Would it be easier for you to make daily, weekly or biweekly payments rather than one payment each month?
- Would you like to avoid paying late fees, reconnect fees or a deposit?
- Would it be more convenient for you to pay when you can, instead of meeting a set due date?
If the answer to any of these questions is “yes”, then Sawnee EMC’s Prepaid Metering Program may be right for you.
Prepaid Metering also works well for people who want to take control of their electric accounts and energy use.
By monitoring your power consumption on a regular basis, you will begin to notice patterns in your day-to-day use. Any variation from this pattern, such as a houseguest (increase energy usage) or a vacation (decrease energy usage), will become evident as you monitor your account. Observing and controlling daily usage can help keep your electric costs down also.
You pay your way.
No late fees, deposits or reconnect fees.
Take control, enjoy the convenience.
The process is simple. After you make your initial $40 payment, you put as much money as you want in your Sawnee EMC Prepaid Metering Program account, and we supply you with electricity. As you use power, your account balance goes down. When the funds run out, the electricity does, too.
Think of your account balance like you do your car’s gas tank. You can purchase amounts of “fuel” every few days, or fill up the tank and not worry about it for some time. You can decide what works best for you and your budget.
You can buy more power by adding money to your account at any time of the day or night by going to www.sawnee.com, using our 24-hour automated phone service, or by visiting our 24-hour kiosks in Cumming, Georgia. Your power will be restored and you won’t be charged a reconnection fee.
Monitor what you use and spend.
You can track your power use and monitor your account balance online using SmartHub or by downloading the Sawnee EMC SmartHub app for your smart phone or tablet from the iTunes App Store or from Google Play.
By monitoring your energy use and adjusting your energy usage habits, you can reduce the amount of electricity you use each day and save money on your energy bill.