Everyday the people of SA Water embrace the challenge of maintaining a healthy water system for their community. One thing they never have to struggle with is the ability to be able to provide exceptional customer service to their communities. They have been providing customers with the best of services for over 150 years and are just as dedicated today as they were when they first started. SA Water provides their customers with options for bill payment that focus on the routines of their busy lives.
Telephone and Internet Banking or BPAY
Many financial institutions allow you to pay your bills through their service www.sawater.com.au. Otherwise known as bill pay services. You can register your account through your institution and have the freedom of paying your bill directly from your checking or savings account. If you register your account with your institution, you will need to know the reference number for BPAY. This number is located next to the BPAY logo on the front of your billing statement. Your bill code, which you will need when you register with your online bill pay through your bank, is 8888. If you would like to register for this service or have more questions regarding this service, you can visit the website: www.bpay.com.au for additional information.
South Australian Water Bill Payment Options
Using the secure 24-hour system online www.sawater.com.au, you are able to make payments when you need to. This system is easy to use and all you need is your account information and a credit card. There is a limit on the amount you can pay using the credit card with this system, and that amount is $100,000. Be sure that you include all characters of your account number when using this system. If you need to make a payment online, you can do so here: www.bpoint.com.au/payments/sawater.
Pay by phone
If you would like to make your payment over the phone SA water makes that just as simple as their other options. You can use the phone service 24 hours a day 7 days a week too. The number to call to make a payment over the phone is 1-300-650-870
You can choose to have your checking or savings account directly debited. This method gives you the freedom of not having to worry about sending out your payment every month. You will no longer have to worry with writing checks, buying stamps or waiting in those longs lines at the post office. Your account that you set up will be automatically debited each month when your bill is due. You will not be able to set this up with a credit card account however. It can only be a checking or savings account. If you would like to sign up for direct debit, you must first fill out an application. After that, you will simply send it back to the company and they will get you set up. Be sure to continue to make your payments as you normally would until you are sure your direct debit has taken effect.
South Australian Water Bill Pay in Person
If you would like to make a payment in person, you may visit any Commonwealth Bank, Bpoint outlet or Australia Post. Any place where you may see the Bpoint logo is also accepting payments. These locations do not accept credit card transactions. For a list of locations near you can visit here: www.commbank.com.au/bpoint.
Pay through Mail Service
Your billing statement will come with a payment slip. This can be detached and mailed along with your check or money order to,
GPO BOX 1039
Adelaide, South Australia 5001