Several easy options are available, including ebilling
TORONTO, Oct. 19, 2018 /CNW/ - The Canadian Union of Postal Workers has given strike notice to Canada Post which could result in disruptions to postal service as early as Monday. Toronto Hydro customers who receive their monthly bills by mail may be impacted and should be aware that they're still responsible for keeping their accounts up-to-date.
Right now is the perfect time to sign-up for ebills, as paperless billing offers simple, secure, 24/7 access to bills and the ability to make payments. Aside from ebills, customers can call our Customer Care line at 416-542-8000 (press 2, then 1) to hear their account balance at any time.
And there are several other ways to make a payment:
Consider switching to ebills:
"We've been reaching out to customers to make sure they're aware of the alternative payment options available in the event of a postal disruption. It's a good time to consider switching over to ebills – anyone who registers before October 31 has a chance to win free hydro for a year."
- Christina Basil, Spokesperson, Toronto Hydro
*Prizes include: three (3) prizes of a 'Win Free Hydro for a Year' account credit valued at $1,400.00 (CAD) (the "Account Credit"). The Account Credit shall be applied to Toronto Hydro residential customer accounts that register for eBills between September 7, 2018 – October 31, 2018 and that are randomly selected from the total entry pool as contest winners. Limit of one entry per successful eBills registration per account. Odds of winning the Account Credit depends on number of eligible entries received. No purchase necessary. Contest winner will be required to answer a skill testing question. See Contest Rules for full prize details: www.torontohydro.com/contestrules. Contest closes October 31, 2018. ADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY. NO SUBSTITUTIONS.
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Toronto Hydro owns and operates the electricity distribution system for Canada's largest city. A leader in conservation and demand management, it has 769,000 customers located in the city of Toronto and distributes approximately 18% of the electricity consumed in Ontario.
SOURCE Toronto Hydro Corporation