Sumo Energy Electricity Bills – Billy Sumo Helps You Know Your Bill
If you’ve ever opened your electricity bill and wondered what on earth you’re looking at, you’re not the only one. Sumo Energy electricity bills are refreshingly different to other providers, but everything is extremely clear and easy to find.
The Sumo Energy Basics
Page 1 is where you’ll see all of the important stuff – the bill amount and the due date. These are the most important parts, but you’ve also got your reference number and the address you’re paying for. It’s important, so it’s always worth checking this just to make sure there’s no errors.
Your Sumo Energy electricity bill overview is on Page 2, and this is also where you’ll find any contact numbers you might need – and they’re really big so you can’t miss them!
Sumo Energy Charges
So, your Sumo Rates should appear on Page 2, and this gives you a detailed account of how you’re being charged. Here you can see the different tariffs you’re being charged on if you’re on a time-of-use plan, or just your main charge if you’ve got a single rate.
Check here for your daily supply charge, and you’ll also see the previous balance and any payments you’ve made. If you’re receiving any discounts or concessions, they’ll also appear here in the ‘Adjustments’ section.
On the front page, Sumo provide you with a graph showing your usage, broken up into Peak, Shoulder and Controlled Load Usage times to give you an idea of where your costs are occurring.
It’s not a graph with Sumo, but on Page 2 they do give you your daily usage compared to the same period last year as well as some info on the average daily usage for other households in your area.
Sumo Energy Electricity Bill Payment Options
The front page of your bill will have your payment options listed with all the relevant payment codes. Then, a payment slip for paying in person or by mail shows up at the bottom of Page 2. Here’s the payment methods on your Sumo Energy electricity bill:
- Direct Debit
- Credit/Debit Card
- Mail (cheque payment)
Payment methods not on the bill: