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U.S. map: Which utilities allow credit card payments?

By surveyed 107 of the top electric, gas and water companies from across the United States in November 2007. Our researchers called the companies or visited their websites for information on availability of online payment methods and credit and debit card acceptance. These companies send out more than 62 million bills a month to customers nationwide.

Click your state for utility company listings.

Source: Company websites and research by Meredith Ballentine, Emily Starbuck Gerson, Steve Holt and Connie Prater.

See related: "High winter heating bills, meet credit cards," "7 tips for paying high utility bills."

Published: November 19, 2007

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