Infinite Advance: Georgia Prepay Natural Gas

Low credit scores don’t have to mean high gas bills.

Under Infinite Advance, all customers are accepted, regardless of credit score. Each month, we’ll send an estimated bill to allow you to prepay your service, and then we’ll make adjustments based on your actual usage.

Infinite Advance FAQs

What does my first payment cover?

Your initial estimate will include up to three charges:

  • A $60 turn-on charge, $25 of which is a pass-through charge from Atlanta Gas Light Company (AGLC)
  • An estimation of your expected consumption with our standard variable rate
  • Base charges from AGLC

Please keep in mind that the credit for your turn-on charges may not appear on your invoice for up to two billing cycles.

I already paid my turn-on charges. Why are they billed again?

You are only billed once for your turn-on charges. However, due to billing cycles, the credit for your turn-on charges may not appear until your third invoice.

Why did I get two bills without a reversal of previous charges?

We only reverse gas charges when we get usage from Atlanta Gas Light Company for your service location. We can’t reconcile the usage if we don’t receive your actual gas charges, so it is possible that you may not have any reversals for up to two billing cycles.

What does Estimated Charge mean?

On your invoice, your prepay charges for the next 30 days appear as “Estimated Charge.”

What does Estimate Reversal mean?

On your invoice, when a previous charge is credited back to you, it appears as “Estimate Reversal.”

When will I receive my first bill?

You should expect your first invoice 5-7 business days after your service turn-on appointment has been completed. Invoices will then be billed every 30 days. All payments are due 20 days from the bill date.

What does my monthly invoice cover?

Your invoice will detail your new charges as well as any reconciliations to previous charges. Keep in mind your previous usage may not be reconciled on every invoice.

You will also receive a disconnection notice. Receiving this notice doesn’t necessarily mean that your service is at risk. However, your natural gas service must be paid on time and in full before the gas is used. Check your invoice for a past due balance to determine whether your account is past due.

What time period will my prepay estimate cover?

Your prepay charges will cover one billing cycle, which is approximately 30 days of service.

How are my charges reconciled?

When Atlanta Gas Light Company sends us actual gas charges for your service location, we reverse your prepaid amount for that time period so we can reconcile the estimate with your actual usage. However, we may not receive your actual gas charges for every invoice, so it is possible that you may receive no reversal on one invoice and two reversals on the following invoice.

What happens if I get disconnected?

If you decide to disconnect service or if service is disconnected due to non payment, all of your prepaid charges will be reconciled after the service is off. On your final invoice following a disconnection, there will not be any new prepay charges. You will be charged for any remaining balance. If there is a credit, it will be refunded within 4-6 weeks.

Contact Us

If these didn’t answer your question, let us know. You can reach us by phone at (877) 342-5434 or by email through the form below. We're here to answer your questions Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST.


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