Watch SMART HUB "How-to-Video" to Easily Manage Your Account
Multiple Ways to Pay Your Electric Bill - Due on the 15th
You can pay your electric bill by using the PAY NOW link below, or on your phone App by clicking Smart Hub, call the office (weekdays, 8am-5pm) at (618) 842-2196 or call (844) 201-7214 after business hours. If you have a water meter reading, you will need to use Smart Hub to enter it, or write the reading on your bill in the boxes provided. You can WATCH a short informational video about how to download the Free "Smart Hub" App and how to use it by CLICKING HERE
You can also mail payments, use our drop-box located at both the Fairfield and Enfield office, or go to the area banks which accept our payments. You can also set-up convenient Automatic Bank Draft through the bank of your choice, using the link below. The Smart Hub feature also enables you to check your usage by the day, the week or the month. You can even see the average temperature for each day overlayed with your usage to better understand how weather affects your consumption. Smart Hub is free to download to your Smart phone or tablet. Nearly 4,000 customers of the Cooperative now safely use Smart Hub, and they really enjoy the features.
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If you find your name on the list, or have questions about claiming Capital Credits,
call us at (618) 842-2196 during normal business hours, Monday through Friday,
8:00am to 5:00pm. Our mailing address is P.O. Drawer E, Fairfield, Illinois 62837.
Wayne-White Counties Electric Cooperative
is an equal opportunity provider and employer
You can also pay your Wayne-White Electric bill in person at any of the following banks:
Peoples National Bank in McLeansboro or Dahlgren, First Bank in Carmi or Grayville,Bean Capital Banking Center in Wayne City, Mt Erie Banking Center in Mt Erie, or at Trust Bank in Cisne.
Our office location is 1501 West Main, Fairfield, Illinois
Mailing Address is:
P.O. Drawer E, Fairfield, Illinois 62837
Our telephone number is (618) 842-2196
which is accessible 24 hours a day