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Introducing Prepaid Metering
Prepaid Metering is a pay-as-you-go plan that allows you to pay when you want, in the amounts you want. Instead of receiving a paper bill each month, your usage is calculated daily. Prepaid customers never pay a late charge.

Is Prepaid Metering right for me?
Prepaid Metering accounts are self-managed, so you can make it fit your budget. You can buy enough energy to last until payday, or you can buy enough to last several months.

Is a deposit required?
There is no deposit required to set up a Prepaid Metering account.

As a new customer, how can I set up a Prepaid Metering account?
New SSEMC customers may set up a Prepaid Metering account with a minimum of $50, plus the standard membership fee and account establishment fee.

If I’m an existing customer, can I switch to a Prepaid Metering account?
Yes. Current SSEMC customers may switch to a Prepaid Metering account by applying their deposit toward their balance.

Will I receive a bill?
No. Prepaid Metering accounts do not receive monthly bills.

How do I know if my Prepaid Metering account balance runs low?
If the Prepaid Metering account balance falls below a set amount of your choosing, you will receive a notification via email and/or automated phone call. You may also track your usage online at www.sssemc.com or by phone at 678-729-8080.

How do I make payments?
Payments can be made by phone by calling 678-729-8080 or online at www.ssemc.com. You may also make payments in person or at our 24-hour PaySite kiosks, located in the lobby of each our office locations.

Prepaid customers can click here for instructions on reconnecting their meter.









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