Our convenient, safe and secure payment options let you choose where and how you pay.
Pay your bill easily online using your checking or savings account. Log in and enjoy the convenience of securely storing your baking information. To pay without logging in, you will need your account number and access code from your bill.
With Auto Pay, paying your monthly bill couldn’t be easier. You can authorize your bill to be automatically debited from your checking or savings account. We continue to read your meter and calculate your bill each month. The amount billed will be automatically drafted on the date reflected on your bill.
You must log in to pay your bill online with your credit or debit card. These payments are processed by BillMatrix, a separate company not affiliated with Georgia Power.
EDI can streamline your business transaction process and eliminate the source of many potential errors. EDI service is available for customers of Alabama Power, Georgia Power, and Mississippi Power.
ACH is an electronic network for business-to-business financial transactions in the United States. ACH processes large volumes of credit and debit transactions in batches.
You can mail your payment to:
Georgia Power Payments
Atlanta, Georgia 30396
Note: Please be sure to include your account number with your mailed-in payment. Mailed-in payments may take between 3 to 5 business days to process and post to your account.
You may submit your payment directly to Georgia Power Company by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 1‑888‑660‑5890. Authenticate your account and enter your bank account and routing number to pay using your checking or savings account.
You will have the option to save banking information to make future payments easier and faster, and the option to receive payment confirmation via text message.
To be directed to BillMatrix, a separate company not affiliated with Georgia Power, call 1‑800‑672‑2402 to pay using a credit card or debit card. Be sure to have your Georgia Power account number ready.
We’ve added more than 4,000 Authorized Payment Locations so you can pay your electric bill when you shop at retailers such as Kroger, Walmart, Dollar General and many others.
For more information click here.