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Manage Your Bills

A few extra days can make the difference between good credit and bad. When you need just a bit more time to pay your bill, there's help.

We understand that sometimes your paydays and bill due dates do not match up, and you need a few extra days to pay your utility bill. We will work with you on payment options that can help you fix things now, and keep them fixed in the future.

Entergy Arkansas understands and will work with you on payment options that can help you fix things now, and keep them fixed in the future.

My Account Online

Set up online access to your Entergy utility account. You'll be able to see your bill, make payments, manage your account and more ... all in one place, anytime. Click here for more information.

Bill Payment Extension

Qualifying customers can automatically have up to four more days to pay their electric bill just by calling Entergy’s automated answering system at 1-800-ENTERGY (1-800-368-3749) or by logging on to My Account Online. Payment plans may possibly be arranged through one of our customer service people at the same number.

Need a backup plan?

Quick Payment Centers

If you are worried that the mail won’t get your payment in on time, visit one of the Quick Payment Centers in your community.

Third-Party Notification

If you travel or are not at home most of the month, a third-party notification will help remind you to pay your electric bill. By your request, we will automatically send a copy of your bill or disconnect notice to a friend or relative who can then take care of your electric bill if you cannot.

Extended Absence Program

Sometimes you may not be at home when your electric bill arrives. You may be traveling, visiting friends and family, or have to stay in the hospital. When this happens, call us to arrange for your bill to go to another address or for your bank to pay it automatically.

Courtesy Calls

If your electricity is scheduled to be shut off, we will try to contact you by phone the day before so you can make arrangements to pay your bill immediately.

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