Although National Grid is based out of the United Kingdom, there is a good chance that you’re visiting this page from somewhere in New England or at least want to make a payment on a National Grid power bill for a residence or business in that area. You see, National Grid’s United States operation is one of the company’s biggest holdings, and it’s a vital piece of their international puzzle. Either way, paying for electricity is something we all (at least most of us) have to do, even if the facility owners happen to be in another country.
Serving states in the northeast, National Grid offers electricity and power solutions to those in states like Massachusetts, New York, Vermont and several others. If you happen to be one of their customers and are looking for ways to pay your bill, this easy guide will show you how you can do just that.
Pay Your Bill Online
- With your browser, click this link to get to the www.nationalgrid.com pay bill page
- Click the “Sign in” link at the top right area of the page
- The next page that loads should be the “My Account login” page. Type in your user ID and password in the boxes labeled as such and click the “Log In” button
- Navigate to the make a payment section within the site and enter your billing information when asked for it by the system. When you are satisfied that what you put in is completely correct, submit the payment to National Grid
- You should next receive a confirmation number that shows you that your payment has been successful processed. Once that appears on your screen, you can close out of the window – your payment is complete
Pay Your Bill Over the Phone
Anyone looking to pay National Grid by way of telephone simply has to call the company’s pay-by-phone automated system. The number to dial is (800) 233-5325. Via this method, you may make payments from a savings or checking account, so make sure to have the routing and account numbers available before making the call.
Pay Your Bill by Mail
The easiest way to pay your bill by mail is to use the self-addressed envelope that’s included every month with your bill. However, if you’ve signed up for paperless billing and still want to mail your payment in, write your account number on your check and mail it to:
Pay in Person
If you are interested in paying your bill to National Grid with a life teller, there are many locations throughout the northeast available to assist you. While they don’t offer a site locator, the company has provided a (long) list of locations where you may make your payment. To see it, click this National Grid Authorized Payment Locations link.