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2 New Ways to Pay Water Bill with No Fees

October 26, 2017, 3:56 PM HST
* Updated October 26, 3:57 PM
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The County of Hawai’i’s Department of Water Supply announced two new ways to pay water bills without any fees.

Starting Oct. 26, customers may pay online or by phone using a debit and/or credit card or by e-check:

1. Visit online and follow the “Water Bill” link, or
2. Call toll free (844) 216-1994.

The DWS says payments will be reflected on the account after the transaction has been accepted. There is a $500 limit per transaction for credit and debit card payments and a $10,000 limit per transaction for e-check payments (US financial institutions only).

Returned payments will be subject to fees.

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Customers will still be able to pay their bills by mail, in person, or by automatic bill payment.

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For additional information, contact the Department of Water Supply, Customer Service Branch at (808) 961-8060.

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