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The Outage App is now available for download on iPhone, Android, and Blackberry devices. Once installed, customers are able to get near real-time information about:
Click the icons below to download and install the Minnesota Power Outage App for your phone.
Minnesota Power offers these 5 options for paying your bill. Click desired method for more information:
Once you sign up, you'll need to have an electronic payment method in place and you'll no longer receive a paper bill in the mail or be able to mail in your bill payment.
We will then email you a notice that your account is ready for payment and you'll be able to view a copy of your statement just like the one you used to receive in the mail.
If you need to verify your payment with Minnesota Power, call 1-800-228-4966 and provide the customer information representative with the payment receipt number.
Speedpay Phone Option
Make a payment by calling Western Union Speedpay© at 1-866-228-0739. You will be charged a $2.95 service fee when using a checking, savings or money market account or a credit, debit or ATM card.
If you make an online payment using a checking, savings or money market account, or a credit, debit, or ATM card, you will be charged a $2.95 service fee.
The maximum payment amount allowed is $500 per transaction. To pay amounts of more than $500, please make additional payments.
How to Make an Online Payment:
Read through the following instructions and then click here to access the Western Union Speedpay© system for Minnesota Power. Enter your Minnesota Power account number and the first three letters of the business name or the primary account holder’s last name. Select "Submit" and then select "Agree" to the Western Union Speedpay Terms and Conditions to continue.
To make a payment by checking, savings or money market account:
To make a payment by ATM, credit or debit card:
Remember, you will be charged a $2.95 service fee for each payment.
What's a CVV Code?
The CVV code is a three- or four-digit security code on the back of debit/credit cards to provide increased protection against credit card fraud. Visa calls this security code a Card Verification Value (CVV). MasterCard calls it a Card Validation Code (CVC) and Discover calls it Card ID (CID).
A Recurring Payment Plan—operated through Western Union Speedpay©—is a way to automatically pay your monthly electric bill. You select a date and each month a payment will be withdrawn from the bank account of your choice or posted to a credit, debit or ATM card.
Minnesota Power suggests you choose a payment date that is the same or no more than five days after the due date on your bill. And check the due date on your bill from time to time to be sure it hasn’t changed.
Read through the following instructions for setting up a Recurring Payment Plan and how to edit your information. Then click here to access the Western Union Speedpay system for Minnesota Power.
Mail your check or money order to Minnesota Power. Do not mail cash.
PO Box 1001
Duluth, MN 55806-1001
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Scammers are targeting Minnesota Power customers. Con artists are calling Minnesota Power customers with demands for immediate payment of a past due electric bill or the power will be disconnected within the hour if no payment is made. Various directions are given for payment – prepaid money cards from Walgreen’s or CVS, electronic funds transfer through a “MoneyPak” payment system, routing and check numbers from your bank account or credit/debit card numbers.
Minnesota Power doesn’t want you to fall victim to this scam. As a reminder:
If you believe you’re a victim of a scam, you should notify the proper authorities, such as local police or state attorney general’s office. If you believe your Minnesota Power account has been affected, please call 1-800-228-4966 to speak with a Minnesota Power Customer Information Representative.