Help & Support

Keypad

How do I use my Keypad?

1. Buy your top-up

There are a number of ways you can buy a Keypad top-up:

Simply click Keypad top-up on our website or download our app from the App Store or Google Play.

  • At any PayPoint or Post Office outlet

Find your local PayPoint or Post Office.

  • Over the phone

Call 03457455455 and press ‘1’ for Keypad top-up*.

 You’ll need to have your 19 digit premise number handy when you’re topping up. You can find this on your Keypad card.

 

2. You’ll get a 20-digit code (your Powercode) to type into your Keypad.

 

3. Enter your Powercode.

Press the ‘*’ button and then the 20-digit number. If you make a mistake press the ‘*’ button to delete each keystroke and then enter the rest of the code. Press the ‘#’ button to finish. A confirmation message will be displayed.

 

 

Phone lines open Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm. Calls are recorded for quality assurance purposes.

Related questions

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How to use my Keypad?

Here's our step by step guide to topping up.

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I've lost my Keypad powercode.

If you’ve lost your Powercode and haven’t yet typed it into your Keypad you can find it using our website or app.

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I need a new Keypad card.

If you've lost your Keypad card, don't worry. Simply call us on 03457 455 455 and we'll send you out a new card.

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I've got a message on my Keypad - what does it mean?

If you've got a message on your Keypad, here's what it could mean.

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What information can I find from my Keypad?

Find information using the buttons on your Keypad.

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Where can I top-up up my Keypad?

You can buy top-ups for your Keypad meter a number of ways including online, app, Post Office, PayPoint or phone.

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My top-up code is being rejected

If your Keypad Powercode is not being accepted, firstly check that you are pressing the "*" button, followed by your 20-digit code then the "#" button.

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I topped up but the full amount has not been added to my Keypad.

If there is any outstanding balance on your account, a percentage of each top-up you buy goes towards reducing this until it is cleared (this is called a PC Contribution).

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What does PC Contribution mean?

PC contribution stands for ‘Previous Charge’ Contribution. You’ll see this on your top-up receipts if part of your top-up is going towards an outstanding balance on your account.

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Why did I get a longer top-up code than normal?

Powercodes usually have 20-digits. However, when you buy a top-up after electricity prices have changed you will be given a special 40 or 60 digit Powercode. You may also receive a special 40 or 60 digit Powercode if you change your keypad tariff.

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Phone lines open Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm. Calls are recorded for quality assurance purposes.