After listening to your feedback, we're excited to show you the new-look eBill summary. As well as freshening up the look and feel, we've added some crucial information so you can quickly get the important details about your account.
In addition to your bill amount, due date and other useful links, you'll now see:
While we've tried to include most useful information, you're still able to download your bill in full by selecting View your bill on your bill summary. You won't need to log in to your account to do so.
Alternately, you can access your bill by logging in to My Account.
To access your bill via the AGL app, select the Billing tab, tap the bill you'd like to view, then View PDF.
This new-look eBill was created based on feedback from customers like you, and we'd love to hear what you think. If you have any questions or comments, you're welcome to add them to this post!
Tried to log in to my account but the site wouldn't allow me to. Just kept cycling. Off to a good start.
Does this new bill require me to read my gas meter and somehow insert that into my account or if I don't read my meter, my amount of gas used will be estimated? I don't want to have to read my own meter. This is ridiculous.
Keep the old one, nothing wrong with it. Don't like this being very familiar use of my name. Can't we stick to using surnames, eg: Mr. Smith instead of using first names when addressing someone. First names are for family and friends and not for business.
Hi @RobLyn - nothing is changing with how bills are read or estimated. This is just a new eBill format - that's all. We're sharing it early so that people know it's still an official AGL bill despite the new look.
You don't need to do your own meter read if you don't want to. If your energy distributor is unable to read your meter, you may receive an estimated bill based on average usage, but it will simply be amended next time an actual reading is sent by your local distributor. This has always been the case, so nothing is changing.
Also, if you have a smart meter, it is read remotely so you'll never receive estimated bills.
So if I am reading it right, we have to actually log in to our accounts and maneuver to the Billings tab to be able to download a copy of our actual bill? Very annoying and unhelpful. Why can't you just attach it to the email as before - automated system shouldn't be a problem.
This looks like a third party company, not AGL! Dates indicated are 2018 - states 61 days, it is 91 days! Payment is due in 2017?!? A late payment fee - $100, you have to be joking, what a damning indictment of AGL!!! Been trying to set up online account - keeps reloading, says I didn't exist! Now waiting for the online account to start?!? Poor service all round!
There is no late payment fee of $100. That was simply placeholder text on this bill mock-up, and it has now been removed. Old dates are used as placeholder text to prevent confusion. By the way, "123 Sample St" isn't a real address either, we hope!
If you're having trouble logging into your account, feel free to send me a private message (click my name) and I'll investigate.