- Customers are only required to pay 25 percent of the total past-due balance rather than the current 50 percent. These guidelines apply to customers who have received termination notices as well as those who have established new payment agreements with Potomac Edison due to loss of income, serious injury or other special conditions.
- Customers may opt for a three-month payback period or receive an extended due date with approval from the utility.
Potomac Edison Offers Customers Payment Plan Options To Ease Impact Of Hurricane Sandy
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