How to Save on Your AEP Bills!

(Last Updated On: October 9, 2018)

AEP is one of the largest utilities in the United States, with nearly 5.4 million customers across 11 states. American Electric Power customers can be found in Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

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Check out these helpful payment tricks!

Don’t you hate it when you get charged an extra “convenience fee” for making a payment?! I know I do. AEP customers are charged an extra $2.95 by BillMatrix whenever they pay by debit or credit card (or over the phone by any method). You can avoid extra fees by paying in person, by mail or online using a bank account.

Level Payments is another helpful payment program offered by AEP. This service averages your annual usage into equal payments so that you can avoid seasonally high bills during high-demand months. Since AEP has locked this information behind a login screen, I’m not able to acquire additional information at this time.

Wait – there’s more!

The information we’ve included so far is generic to all AEP customers in every state. There are additional money-saving options and programs available in your local area! We’ve included links to the various AEP companies and states below

Here’s the list of AEP companies. Please select yours from the list to learn more about how to save money on your American Electric Power bill!

Please note that if the link doesn’t work yet, Chloe is working on that article and it should be up soon. 



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  1. jessica July 10, 2018
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