MAKE BILL PAY CONVENIENT WITH E-BILLING, AUTO PAY

Having options that make your account management easier is another great benefit of your Consumer Cellular service.

By switching to our electronic billing (e-billing) and auto pay options, you can save paper—and eliminate hassles! In just a few easy steps, you’ll go green, and add tremendous convenience to your monthly bill payment. If you haven’t already done so, here’s how—and why—to take advantage of these services.

By eliminating your paper billing statement, you reduce loose paper and clutter in your home—and do the environment a big favor. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the average American uses the equivalent of a 100-foot tall Douglas fir tree in paper each year!

Go with e-billing instead. Your bill will be sent by email rather than through the postal service, and is always available to review online or through the My CC app.

To switch to e-billing, simply click here to visit My Account. Then, choose Edit Billing Info from the Billing menu, scroll to Billing Type and select Email Billing.

While you’re there, you can also take advantage of the ease of auto pay. With auto payments, your bill is automatically paid on its due date each month using a credit or debit card you’ve provided. By switching to autopay, you’ll never have to worry about writing a check, buying envelopes and stamps, or making sure your payment gets mailed out—or delivered to us—on time again.

To add this option from My Account, choose Edit Billing Info from the Billing menu, scroll to Payment Type and select AutoPay. You’ll be asked to enter a valid credit or debit card number. You can change your card at any time if you need to.

Help save the environment, and save yourself the headache of managing paper bill payments at the same time. Choose e-billing and autopayments instead! It’s a safe, simple, and sensible way to go.

24 Thoughts on "MAKE BILL PAY CONVENIENT WITH E-BILLING, AUTO PAY"

  1. DICK YAISER says

    ALWAYS THE MONEY FIRST! ……………..TELL ME ABOUT WHAT I GET BEFORE I SIGN UP !!

    reply to DICK

  2. Sandy salas says

    How much is the cellphone just want to about the $20 a month pictures plz

    reply to Sandy

    • Hi Sandy, thanks for your interest! The cost of the phone is going to depend on the device that is selected to be used with the account. If you’d like, you can view all of our phone options by visiting our website here. The $20 a month plan will come with 250 talk minutes, 500MB of data, and Unlimited Texting. If you have any questions though just let us know!

      reply to Jacob

      • Brady says

        but if you buy a phone make sure about returning it, if it turns out not what you wanted or any reason. Won’t let you return without what they call a exchange from them. got one with activation # wrong and can’t find anyone here to help.

        reply to Brady

        • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

          Thank you for taking the time to post, Brady. If you’re dissatisfied with a phone, you can return it or exchange it within our Risk-Free Guarantee period. If you want to keep using our service, but with a different phone, you will need to be using a compatible device.

          reply to Nicole

    • lvlike S. says

      Samsung galaxy a10 ,very nice for the price ..lotta smart bangs for the buck.beautifully built in camera,lots of storage,memory and very user friendly,and the capability to expand your smart phone experience…didn’t expect to get such a “high end” phone for about 100$

      reply to lvlike

  3. Kevin Leary says

    i need info on tethering my laptop to my galaxy smartphone

    reply to Kevin

  4. Arthur R Salas says

    I upgraded to a G Power with 4g. my online account shows 3g when is it going to change to 4g? I paid for a 4g upgrade and new phone.

    reply to Arthur

  5. JUDITH MCMURTREY says

    I need to let you know that I have AARP again. I couldn’t get though on the telephone to tell you so I’m sending my information here. My membership number is 3******. Please get this credited to my account since I’ve had it since my last statement. Please send me a response so that I know that you have put it on my account. Thanks Judy

    reply to JUDITH

  6. Glenna says

    I like my phone. Do I have to change to a different one? Also, I’d like to know if you have to change your phone #. That would be a deal breaker

    reply to Glenna

    • Hi Glenna, thanks for your interest! If you have a phone that is unlocked from the carrier, is GSM-compatible, and VoLTE capable, it may work on our network. We can’t guarantee compatibility for all models, but we’ll do all that we can to see if we can get it connected. As long as the number remains active with the current provider during the transfer process, you can switch it over. We will also need the current account number, PIN number if there is one, billing address, and the account holder’s first and last name to submit to your current provider so that they will release the number to us so we would recommend having a bill readily available for this process.

      reply to Jacob

  7. Celestine R Smith says

    I made a comment last night on the blog. I received an email and would like to continue talking. I do not see it here today. Am I in the wrong blog?

    reply to Celestine

  8. Suzanne Fenstermaker says

    Can I change the date of my payment?

    reply to Suzanne

  9. Charles Kottke says

    I’m late on making a bill payment and have received a notice of service interruption soon, but on Saturday I will be getting a rent check from leased farmland. Will my service continue until Saturday when I have deposited the check in my account and then sent Consumer Cellular what I owe?

    reply to Charles

  10. Emogene says

    I received my new phone yesterday I had a little problem but I called the Customer Service had to wait a little while but in the end the problem was taken care of. Thank you for being so patient with me.

    reply to Emogene

  11. Douglas Martin says

    How can I pay someone else’s bill? I was on hold for 42 minutes today and you wouldn’t take my money because, even though I had the phone number and the account number, I didn’t know the person’s date of birth or the last four of her social security number. And I couldn’t contact her to ask because her phone was shut off. Why do I need to know those things to pay her phone bill as a gift??

    reply to Douglas

    • Hi Douglas, I definitely understand how frustrating that is and we appreciate your blog post. In these cases, we do need to confirm all the information with you to ensure the security of the account. If you don’t happen to have that, you can call back with the account holder to get their permission to speak with you regarding the account. Otherwise, another option would be to go online to the account and make the payment there.

      reply to Jacob

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