Anglian water were founded in 1973 by the water authorities to cleans and dispose of waste water and to provide clean fresh water to residents and businesses in their covered area. They supply water to people in Grimbsy, the Thames estuary, Buckinghamshire and Lowestoft. They cover an area of 27,5000 kilometers. They became a privatized company in 1989 and although the population has increased they still manage to provide the same amount of water they did when they started out by ensuring leaks are minimized. They are the biggest supplier of water in England and Wales.
Anglian Water Payment Options
With the world having changed so much since the 70’s Anglian Water know that it is important to give their customers a variety of ways to pay their bills. Customers can pay their water bill online, direct debit, by post, at the post office or a payzone outlet.
Paying your bill Online
You can pay your bill online
via the Anglian Water website. You will need to have your account number to hand to do this and your method of payment. You can pay by debiting the money from your bank account or with a debit or credit card. You can print a copy of your receipt but it will also be sent to your email address for ease of reference.
Pay by Direct Debit
To save customers the hassle of paying their bill each month by getting in contact they are able to set up a direct debit so that the money can be taken from their bank account on a day set by them that they know money will be in their account, such as after their payday. You can set up a direct debit
on their website quickly and easily so you never again need to worry about making a last minute payment.
Pay by Post
If you prefer, you can wait until you receive your bill and pay it by putting your payment method and bill stub into an envelope. If you cannot find the bill stub you will still need to include your account details so that the money can be credited to your account. The address to send payment to is Anglian Water Payment Centre, PO Box 10643, Harlow, CM20 9HB.
Pay in Person
You can pay your bill in person at the post office or a payzone by taking your bill stub. You can pay by cash or check at the post office but to pay at a payzone you will need to have cash or a debit or credit card. You will receive a receipt straight away but may have to wait a day or two for the payment to show on your account so try to make provisions for this by making the payment early.
Pay by Phone
The last method to pay your bill is by phone. You should ring 08457 91 91 55 and follow the automated prompts. This line is automated and always open for your convenience. You will need your account number to hand to pay for your bill.