Depending on which services you have with us, you can choose electronic or paper delivery of your bill. After you go paperless, it's a good idea to set up email alerts so you know when your bill is available and ready to be downloaded.
After you sign up to stop receiving your bill in the mail, it can take one to two full billing cycles for paperless billing to be implemented. Some local service accounts aren't eligible for paperless billing.
Click Billing, click Delivery Options, then click Paperless Billing.
Control Center lists all your accounts that are eligible to enroll in paperless billing. (To view all your accounts currently enrolled in paperless billing, click the Enrolled tab.)
Select the checkbox next to the account(s) you want to enroll in paperless billing, then click Enroll Selected.
Confirm you authorize the change by selecting the I authorize… checkbox and typing your name in the field, then, click Next.
Important: Paperless billing is not the same thing as Autopay. If you want to set up a recurring payment, you can enroll in Autopay. Signing up for paperless billing only means you view your bill online instead of receiving a paper copy by mail. You're still responsible for making a payment each month.
Changing to paper billing
If you decide eBilling isn't for you, you can return to paper billing.
To cancel paperless billing, please contact us using one of the numbers below:
for 8-digit (LATIS) billing account numbers: 800-860-1020
for 9-digit (Ensemble) billing account numbers: 800-786-6272
for 13- to 15-digit (CRIS) billing account numbers: 800-777-9594