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    Paying your Plusnet broadband, home phone and TV bill

    All you need to know about paying for your Plusnet broadband, phone and TV.

    Got a question about your mobile phone bill? Take a look at our guide to paying for Plusnet Mobile instead.

    Got a question about your mobile phone bill? Take a look at our guide to paying for Plusnet Mobile instead.

    Bill payment FAQs

    You can pay by Direct Debit, credit card or debit card. Here's what you need to know before you decide which option to take:

    Direct Debit

    • Pay monthly
    • An easy way to ensure you never miss a payment
    • No need to update your account details once it's set up
    • You'll need to have enough money in your account when your payment is due

    Credit or debit card

    • Pay with Visa, Delta, Electron, MasterCard, Switch or Maestro
    • Pay monthly or make one-off payments
    • You'll need to keep your card details up to date (we'll remind you when it's about to expire)

    If you pay by Direct Debit, the money usually leaves your account five working days after the date you get your bill. We'll send you an email to let you know.

    If you pay by debit or credit card, the money leaves your account on your invoice date. It might take a few hours for your bank to update your statement.

    If you're paying by Direct Debit, your reference looks a bit like this: PLUS12345-1.

    It's made up of these three parts:

    • your provider, e.g. 'PLUS' or 'PNET'
    • your 'service ID', which you can see at the top of your bill
    • a hyphen and a single double-digit number

    If you pay by debit or credit card, your reference is the same as the invoice number on your bill.

    Yes. You can do that by going to Payment Details and logging in to your account.

    Yes you can, but you'll need to wait for your first bill in the new PDF format first. After that, just login to your Online Broadband Account and choose the date you want.

    Just note:

    • You'll need to do this at least seven days before your next bill is due
    • You can only change your billing date once within four months
    • Once you've done this, we'll bill you on that date every month until told otherwise

    If you think there's a problem on your bill, find out more about how we work it out.

    This can happen if your payment card has expired, you don't have enough money in your account, or there's a problem with your Direct Debit. Check your payment details here to make sure everything is up to date.

    If a payment fails, we'll email or text you to let you know. The next time you go online you'll be taken to a payment page. If you still don't pay, we'll remind you again after five, and then ten, days.

    If you still haven't paid after 14 days, your internet access will be limited to our payment page, and your next phone call will come to us. A call bar charge of £5.76 will be added to your outstanding balance, along with a £7.50 administration charge. You'll still be able to call the emergency services.

    After 49 days of non-payment, we will close your account. If you're in your contract, you'll have to pay an extra charge for ending it early.

    1. Log in to your account, where you'll see a page showing how much you need to pay and when it was due
    2. Pay the way you usually do, or make a one-off payment with a different card. If you pay with a different card, we'll ask if you'd like to save that new card's details to use again

    Or

    1. Go to www.plus.net/pay
    2. Pay by card and set up a Direct Debit for your next month's bill. You cannot pay by Direct Debit online but you can call in and pay with your existing details

    If your payment is over 14 days late and you can't use your broadband or phone you won't be able to use them again until your late payment has gone through. You'll still be able to call the emergency services.

    Don't worry, your details are safe with us. We use security systems like Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode. When you set up your payment details, these systems keep your card payments password-protected so that no one else can get to them. And whenever we use your details, we protect them by using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connection.

    Check our guide about safe online shopping if you want to find out more about what to check when you make a purchase online.

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