Pay regular amounts
If you’re an eligible residential customer, you can smooth out your payments over the year using SmoothPay.
SmoothPay works by estimating your future energy usage, then smoothing out seasonal peaks and troughs into more consistent payments. It means you always know the amount you’re going to pay, instead of waiting to see what your
You can choose to make payments each week, fortnight or month – whatever works best with your budget. We’ll keep an eye on things to make sure they continue to reflect your usage and make adjustments if necessary.
Set up SmoothPay in MyAccount by clicking the ‘Payment options’ button, or find out more here.
Access your account anytime, anywhere
Jump online and Use MyAccount to manage your energy account remotely. You can check your current balance, update your details, see old bills
– even arrange a short-term payment extension.
Pre-pay any amount towards your account
Paying a little extra now can make things more manageable later on. This can be particularly helpful for those whose income fluctuates, and for gas bills which are issued every 2 months. If it would suit you to get ahead, there are
two ways to do it:
- Use the ‘Top-up account’ button in MyAccount. This takes you to our payment gateway where you can top up your account with a credit or debit card. (Just so you know, the button only appears when you
have a balance of $0.)
- Or use Momentum’s BPAY or bank transfer details to pay any amount at any time. You’ll find these details on previous bills (look for ‘My Bills’ in MyAccount). Just make sure you’re
looking at an electricity bill if you want to pay towards electricity, and a gas bill if you want to get ahead on gas payments.
Extend a due date
If you need a bit more time to pay, you can arrange one extension of up to 14 days for each bill via MyAccount (look for ‘Payment Options’).
Just make sure you get this sorted before the bill’s due date. And if you need to request more extensions, give us a call.
Heads up: When you extend a payment in MyAccount, the old due date remains until you refresh the page, and then it shows as ‘payment extended’. So take note of when your bill is now due (old date + number
of days extension). Yes, it’s frustrating. And yes, we’re working on fixing it so the new due date is displayed.