What does friendly credit mean
With our Swift app, you can top up your smart Pay As You Go meter at the tap of a button - anytime, anywhere! It can be a lot to get your head around. For more information, see 'Topping up with a smart meter' below:. Check out the 'Getting started' and 'Topping up' sections for all the details.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: How Friendly Credit Works
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- Frequently asked questions about M-Power
- How do I get my emergency credit on my smart meter?
- What is emergency credit?
- Pay As You Go
- What is the friendly non-disconnect function on my prepayment meter?
- What happens if I run out of credit?
- Prepayment meters
- Using emergency credit on Pay As You Go meters
Frequently asked questions about M-Power
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How do I get my emergency credit on my smart meter?
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Press any button on your keypad to turn it off. If you don't turn it off, this warning sound will repeat every 30 minutes between am and pm and your supply will switch off when the credit runs out. If your emergency credit runs out we will automatically give you friendly credit to keep your supply on until the times listed below. You must remember to top up before the friendly credit time runs out or your electricity will disconnect.
What is emergency credit?
The M-Power box makes it easy to see how much credit is remaining on your meter and it will alert you when your credit is getting low. The M-Power box tracks energy costs by the hour, day and month so you can see how much you are spending. You can also compare the cost for the current and previous month, which could help you use less energy and save money. The credit remaining displayed in My Account or the M-Power Mobile App is not real-time and will update each night with the midnight meter read and each time you make a purchase. So, the credit remaining in My Account or the app is as of the midnight meter read or your last purchase, whichever was most recent. To see your credit remaining in real-time, check your M-Power box. This allows your M-Power Box to display real-time data from your meter.
Pay As You Go
As of the 25th of May we've updated our website to increase our security. You will be unable to access the Power NI website, Keypad top up and Fastpay online payment services unless you take action to update your internet browser or your PC. Your PC is running an older internet browser, which is not as secure as modern systems and you should consider upgrading to a more secure alternative. This is part of an industry-wide initiative to improve web site security.
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What is the friendly non-disconnect function on my prepayment meter?
If you smell gas, think you have a gas leak, or are worried that fumes containing carbon monoxide are escaping from a gas appliance, please call the free Gas Emergency Services line immediately on If you have a power cut, please call where you will be transferred through to your local electricity network operator. If you are reliant on electrical medical equipment and have lost power outside of our opening hours, please call immediately. Our Priority Services Register provides you with access to a range of helpful and accessible services, with no extra cost to you.
Whether you want a variable tariff with no ties or a fixed price tariff for extra peace of mind, we have an energy plan to suit your household. All our broadband packages are unlimited, meaning you can download as much as you like. Choose from Broadband, Fibre or Fibre Plus. If your Pay As You Go meter runs out of credit unexpectedly, don't panic. We'll lend you a limited amount of emergency credit to keep you going until you top up.
What happens if I run out of credit?
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Using emergency credit on Pay As You Go meters