- How do I set up a Direct Debit?
How do I pay by cheque?
To pay by cheque, please make it out to:
Bank account name: Pulse Energy Alliance LP
Reference: Use your 10 digit Pulse Energy account number
Please post it to Pulse Energy, PO Box 10044, Dominion Road, Auckland 1446.
How do I make a change to my Direct Debit?
If you would like to change the amount or frequency of your fixed Direct Debit, please call us on 0800 785 733.
If you would like to change your Direct Debit to a new bank account, please complete a new online form here.
If you would like to change the credit card details on your Direct Debit, please fill in this form here. You will need to scan and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or post it to, Pulse Energy PO Box 10044, Dominion Road, Auckland 1446.
Please make sure you call us on 0800 785 733 to cancel your existing Direct Debit.
- How do I cancel my Direct Debit?
- How do I set up a Direct Debit with my credit card?
Can I pay by credit or debit card?
Yes. You can pay by either Mastercard or Visa*
*A credit and debit card surcharge fee will be charged and added to payments made by credit and debit card. The credit and debit card surcharge fees are 1.30% for MasterCard and 1.05% for Visa.
Can I pay at New Zealand Post?
Of course. You will need to take your Pulse Energy bill with the attached barcode remittance slip with you. To view our other payment options, click here.
Can I pay the same amount every month?
Absolutely. We offer SmoothPay which spreads your electricity payments evenly throughout the year, so you pay the same amount for your bill each month. This takes the sting out of winter bills and allows you to budget your expenses much better. If you would like to add SmoothPay as your payment option, please email us on email@example.com
What options do I have if I can’t pay my bill?
To discuss your payment options, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I pay my bill?
We offer a range of payments options to suit you and your household:
- Direct Debit
- My Account
- NZ Post
- Automatic Fixed Payment
- Internet Banking
- Credit Card
- BNZ branch
- Telephone banking
Visit our payment options page to find out more.