Seco Online Bill Pay

seco online bill pay

Are you a SECO Energy customer looking to access your account online and make payments? Look no further! We’ve got you covered with all the essential details you need.

Here’s how to easily pay your SECO Energy bill in three quick steps:

  1. Go to the SECO Energy website at and click on the “Pay My Bill” button.
  2. If you have a SECO Energy account, you can log in using your SECO SmartHub login credentials. If you do not have an account, you can choose the “Pay Now” option to make a one-time payment without signing in.
  3. Follow the instructions on the page to complete your payment. You can also call the SECO Energy customer service team at the SECO bill pay phone number listed on the website for additional support.

Loading PayNow Application – SmartHub

In addition to the website, you can also use the SECO SmartHub app to manage and pay your bills on the go. Simply download the app from the App Store or Google Play and log in with your SECO SmartHub login credentials.

We hope this information helps make paying your SECO Energy bill a hassle-free experience. For more information and updates, be sure to check out our official SECO Energy website at


Where can I pay my Seco electric bill?

AT THIS TIME, ALL SELF-SERVE KIOSKS ONLY ACCEPT CASH OR CHECK. USE SMARTHUB, PAYNOW, OR CALL 877-371-9382 TO MAKE A 24/7 CREDIT/DEBIT CARD PAYMENT. SECO Energy offers walk-in and drive-thru services at its five member service centers.

Does SECO Energy have an app?

Desktop computers can access SmartHub, and a user-friendly app is offered for smartphones and tablets.

Is Sumter Electric the same as Seco?

Sumter Electric, aka SECO Energy, is a not-for-profit member-owned corporation.

Did SECO Energy raise their rates?

Rate Comparison Over the past 33 years, SECO’s rates have only increased by 30%, or less than 1% annually, on average. The Energy Information Administration estimates that the average rate increase for electric utilities nationwide is 45%, or 1.5 percent annually, which is over 0.5 percent higher than SECO’s rate increase.

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