Pay My Georgia Power Bill

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Georgia Power

Georgia Power

Have to pay your Georgia Power bill, need to open/close an account or just get in contact with Georgia Power bill? This guide provides you with all the information you need. Learn about your bill payment options, contact details and more about the company. To make a payment online or manage your account, follow the link provided below on this page to the Georgia Power login. You will also find useful “pay my bill” information such as the Georgia Power customer service number, payment mailing address, and billing phone number below.

Pay My Georgia Power Bill

Online Payments: With Georgia Power there are a number of ways to make bill payments online. You can make a bill payment directly on the website with your checking account – you can login into the online account service to do this, or you can make a payment without signing in or registering for an online account as long as you provide your account number, as well as a account access code, SSN/TAX ID or email address. No fees are charged. To pay your Georgia Power bill online click the “Pay Online” button below to login, register, view your bill or manage your account online.

Automatic Payments: You can set up monthly automatic payments through your online account.

Pay With Credit/Debt: Southern Company’s own online payment services do not support debit/credit card payments, however you can make payments this way with BillMatrix. There is a $3.60 processing fee.

Pay By Phone: With BillMatrix you can also make a payment online or over the phone. Call 1-800-672-2402. There is a service fee for using this service. Credit cards and debit cards are accepted, and so are checking payments. There is a $3.60 processing fee.

Pay By Mail: The Georgia Power bill payment address is: Southern Company Payments, 96 Annex, Atlanta, Georgia 30396. Make the check payable to Georgia Power.

Pay in Person: There are over 100 Georgia Power office locations that you can visit to make your Georgia Power bill payment. Visit the website to find your nearest location. Additionally, and in partnership with Western Union and Fiserv/CheckFreePay, there are also thousands of payment locations at places such as Walmart, Publix and Kmart where you can pay your bill by cash. There is a $1.50 fee for paying your bill at these locations.

Account Opening and Closing

You can open a new account, close an existing account or transfer an existing account by calling customer services (use the number provided below). You can also take care of account opening and closing at the Georgia Power website. Georgia Power offers a number of different pricing plans. It is worth checking through each of these plans carefully to understand the best one for your needs before you apply.

Support Services

If you have any questions regarding your bill payments, need to dispute a bill or want help with affording your bills, get in contact with customer services.

Sign Up For Green Energy

Both residential and business customers have the opportunity to sign up for the voluntary Green Energy plans with Georgia Energy. Under this plan, your contributions will support and stimulate the production of renewable energy in Georgia. You pay an extra $3.50 per block for the Standard option or $5.00 per block for the Premium option. You can apply for this online or you can call 1-800-735-7791.

Contact Information

Residential Customer Services: 1-888-660-5890 (24/7)

Business Customer Services: 1-888-655-5888 (Monday-Friday 7AM – 7PM EST)

Website Assistance: 1-888-660-5890 (Monday-Friday 7AM-6PM)

Report a Power Outage: 1-888-891-0938 (24/7)

BillMatrix Payment Enquiries: 800-967-9649

BillMatrix Customer Services: 800-872-7882

Company Information

Georgia Power is a leading power utility that supplies electricity to over 2 million customers in almost every county in the state of Georgia. It is the largest of four units owned by the utility holding company Southern Company, and supplies electricity with the use of 20 hydroelectric dams, 14 non-renewable plants and two nuclear plants.


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