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OCTOBER 2017


Pontotoc County


A NEWSLETTER FOR PEC’S ELECTRIC CONSUMERS


take charge with smarthub solutions managing and paying your bill has never been easier


G


et on PEC’s online SmartHub and Go Paperless to receive a $5 credit on


your next electric bill. We will deliver your monthly statement (and this newsletter) electronically even before paper editions arrive in members’ postal mailboxes.


With SmartHub, you can: • make a payment


• check your electric usage • •


notify customer service of account issues receive email or text alerts


• communicate directly with the cooperative


• read current and past editions of this newsletter


Once enrolled you’ll be notifi ed by email every month when your bill is ready to view. Access to past bills and historical usage has never been easier or more secure from PEC’s website: www.PeoplesElectric.coop (Click “Pay Your Bill Online”).


PEC’s SmartHub and paperless billing are this month’s featured Take Charge products. For each monthly featured product you purchase or join, you’ll receive a complimentary dual port adaptor to be able to charge two things at once and a mobile phone wallet to keep your cards and PEC’s outage number conveniently on the back of your phone. 212900800


You’ll also be entered to win one of fi ve


special “Take Charge” drawings for an Amazon Tap Alexa-Enabled bluetooth speaker (shown at right) and a Kindle Fire HD 8 tablet. The next drawing will take place November 1. As an added bonus all members who take advantage of a Take Charge product or service this year will be entered into a Christmas appliance drawing.


SmartHub is available in both mobile apps and a web version to give members secure access whether at home, at work, or on the go. Members with smart phones or tablet devices can download the SmartHub app from iTunes or the Android Marketplace. (Use search term “NISC SmartHub”)


For more information about PEC’s “Take Charge” promotion or programs, contact PEC’s Member Services department at (580) 332- 3031 (Ada area) or toll free at 1-877- 456-3031.


Halloween Electrical Hazards


Avoid electrical hazards this Halloween with these safety tips.


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IN THIS ISSUE


Halloween Night Safety Tips


Safety tips for watching out and staying safe with trick-or-treaters out and about.


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Utility Pole Safety


Accidents happen. Learn what to do if your car crashes into a utility pole.


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Report Power Outages (24 hrs/day 7 days a week) 1-877-272-1500 or


(580) 272-1500, local Ada Area


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