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Pay Your Utility Bill With Paytm


So far in our series about the types of bills that you can pay with the Paytm Canada app, we’ve discussed Credit Cards bills & Mobile bills, and the different types of service providers that are available within these categories in the App. To continue with our series, we’re going to talk about Utility bills. (Update: You can now use a Visa credit card to pay your Utilities bills!)

Utility Bills

Do you know how many different utility providers there are in Canada? We can confirm that there are a lot! And, each province has different utility providers. So, we dedicated our best efforts to ensure that our customers have access to pay their specific one!

Here’s a breakdown of just some of the providers that you will find in our app for your province:

  • British Columbia
    • Through the App you will find: BC Hydro and Fortis Natural gas.
  • Alberta
    • We’ve loved working with the towns and cities in Alberta! A few of the service providers that you will find are: Adagio Energy, Altagas, Bow Valley Power, Brighter Futures Energy, Camrose Energy, Camrose Utilities, Echo Energy, EMCO Energy, ENRG Power, Fluent Utilities, Foothills Energy Co-op, Get Energy, Mountain View Power, NewGen Energy, Oasis Power, Park Power, Sandstone Energy, Solarmax Power, UTILITYnet.ca, Vector Energy, Wholesale Power, Spot Power, and so many more!
  • Saskatchewan
    • Search for: SaskPower and SaskEnergy, as well as the City of Fort Saskatchewan and City of Saskatoon utilities.
  • Manitoba
    • Right now, we have: Manitoba Hydro, but we’re continuing to work with other providers across Manitoba.
  • Ontario
    • Looking to pay your Ontario Hydro bill? With Paytm you will find: Enbridge, Toronto Hydro Electric System, Powerstream Inc, Reliance, Hydro Ottawa, Hydro One, Enercare, Region of Peel, Brampton Hydro, and so many more! Click on the “Utilities” icon on the homepage and search for your provider. 
  • Quebec
    • You’ll find: Hydro Quebec. We’re working with other utility providers in Quebec to get them available in the App.
  • Maritimes
    • We have lots of options for our provinces to the East! You will find Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, Town of Montague (PEI) water & sewer, PEI Energy Systems, Enbridge Gas New Brunswick Halifax Water Commission and Nova Scotia Power.
  • Territories
    • Don’t worry we haven’t forgotten about you! You can pay your ATCO Electric Yukon and Yukon Energy Corp.
    • Did you know: that the first ever bill payment made in our app was from a customer in Yukon! 

Don’t See Your Service Provider Listed?

If you don’t appear when you search for them in the Paytm app, you can always send us an email. We’re working to add more partners in the Paytm Canada app, so that we can make it easy and rewarding for Canadians to pay ALL their bills through out app.

Please see here for update on convenience fees.

We have a lot of exciting things planned for 2019! Visit the App Store or Play Store and download the Paytm App to start collecting Paytm Points, which are redeemable for some amazing rewards from your favourite brands.

Next up in this series we’ll be talking about Property Taxes … Stay tuned!

Comments (5)

I would like to add enbridge and Toronto hydro to pay , however, it asks me to log in to their accounts and I don’t have a login. What is the easiest way to add these as payee

Hi Maggy 🙂
If you are having trouble adding a biller, you can email us at care@paytm.com with your bill in PDF format and we will assist in adding the biller for you.

If you would like more in depth instructions on how to add a biller, you can also visit: https://care.paytm.ca/hc/en-us/articles/360005842393-How-to-request-add-a-biller

I hated standing in long lines just so that I can pay the bill but then a friend of mine told me about this, and it was life-changing for me. I can now pay the bills while sitting in my home.

Is it possible to load Presto card via Paytm ?

Hi Sahil, currently no– but this is a great idea and will definitely be passed to our product team 🙂

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