Tired of unpredictable bills? Budget billing might be right for you. Find out everything you need to know about National Grid's Budget Billing plan here. Your bill can vary significantly each month over a whole year often due to weather extremes.
Budget Plan Bill
Budget Billing | National Grid
The Budget Plan takes the amount you usually pay on your National Grid bills in a year and breaks that amount into twelve balanced monthly payments to help offset the traditionally high winter heating and summer air conditioning peak bills. You will still pay only for the total amount of energy you use in a year, but the Budget Plan makes it easier to anticipate your monthly energy costs and plan your household budget. For more information please see our brochure For more information, please see our brochure, Even Payments-Making Budgeting Easier. While the Budget Plan makes your bill more predictable, there are factors, such as extreme weather, energy prices or lifestyle changes such as more or less people at home impacting how much energy you use that may cause a change in your monthly budget payment. These factors are reviewed every three to six months and an adjustment may be made to you monthly payment amount at that time so that a large end of the year discrepancy is avoided.
New service customers can also find National Grid customer service phone numbers, access the National Grid login, see all National Grid bill pay methods available, and connect to the National Grid outage map. Whether National Grid delivers your electricity, gas, or both, the process for activating service is the same. National Grid recommends providing about seven 7 days' notice to activate electricity and gas service.
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