If you’re a Dayton Power & Light customer in Ohio, you can pay bills quickly and easily at your nearest Money Services.
Dayton Power & Light serves customers throughout Miami Valley – and if you’re a customer in Ohio you can visit Money Services to pay your bill the easy way. You’ll find us at Kroger stores throughout West Central Ohio, including 6 locations in Dayton and 5 in Springfield. There’s a Money Services near you – just use our handy store locator to find your closest location. We are open on evenings and at weekends too, so it should be easy to find a convenient time to pay your Dayton Power & Light bill. Plus there’s a variety of promotions and discounts available which you can download to your Shopper’s Card* – so you’ll save on fees too.
To pay your Dayton Power & Light bill quickly and easily, you’ll need the bill stub displaying your account number, as well as money to pay your bill and a fee. Money Services can process cash, check or debit card payments.
Paying your Dayton Power & Light bill with Money Services
Use Money Services for an easy and convenient way to pay your energy bill.
It saves time
- We’re open late so you can visit us on evenings and weekends
- We’re located at major grocery stores so you can pick up essentials while you pay your bills
It saves you money
- View our offers and download coupons to your Shopper’s Card
- You don’t have to pay postage fees
Find a Money Services near you
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Dayton Power & Light Contact & Assistance
If one of our friendly store associates is unable to help you with a question about billing, you can get in touch directly with Dayton Power & Light.
Dayton Power & Light support: https://www.dpandl.com/about-dpl/contact-dpl/email-dpl/
About Dayton Power & Light
With more than a half a million customers served in 24 counties throughout the Miami Valley, Dayton Power & Light provides electricity across a 6,000 square-mile area of West Central Ohio. Now part of The AES Corporation out of Virginia, DP&L keeps the lights on for customers from its headquarters in Dayton. DP&L celebrated 100 years in business back in 2011, after acquiring two of the state’s first utility companies in 1911 and bringing them together under the Dayton Power and Light Company banner. By 1925 DP&L was also supplying gas and water to residents of the Buckeye State, but shifted focus back to electric in the 1990s.
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