Easily pay or add money to your account!
When it comes to paying your bill with cash, convenience is key. Now, OEC members and fiber subscribers can pay their bills in a more convenient and efficient way. Find a participating retail location near you and present your unique barcode to the cashier at the register. Your cash payment will apply to your account real-time.
- Vanilla Direct Pay is available for all members and subscribers
- Payments are cash only
- A convenience fee of $1.50 will be applied to your payment
- Maximum payment $500
WHERE TO PAY
- Dollar General
- Family Dollar
Step 1: Open your MyOEC app. Scroll to ‘Bill & Pay’. Tap the ‘Pay by Cash’ to find a retailer near you and view your barcode.
Step 2: Present your barcode to the cashier at the register.
Step 3: The cashier will scan your barcode and take your cash payment. The payment will apply to your OEC account immediately. Just like that!
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