Enroll in Extended Payments

Our Extended Payment Date Plan is for residential customers whose main source of total household income is from government or other low-income entitlement programs. Qualified residential customers whose electric bill payment is due before the fifth day of the month (following the month in which the bill is issued) may request to have their due date extended without a late charge. The new due date would be between the fifth and tenth day of the month.

To apply for our Extended Payment Due Date Plan, simply contact us at (202) 833-7500 or complete and submit the enrollment form below.

Extended Payment Date Plan Enrollment Form


Contact Information:

(11 or 12 digits)

(xxx-xxx-xxxx)

(xxx-xxx-xxxx)


Service Address

(xxxxx or xxxxx-xxxx)


Sources of Household Income

My main sources of household income come from





I normally receive my check on this day of the month.


Pepco can verify the above information with:

(xxxxx or xxxxx-xxxx)

(xxx-xxx-xxxx)


Agreement

I understand that all amounts due, except my current months charges, must be paid in full before my application will be accepted. I am enclosing the following in payment of all outstanding arrears on my account.


 I agree with the above

(box must be checked in order
to apply for this plan)


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