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We work with most major cable and satellite TV providers to help their customers make bill payments on time, so you can stay connected and never miss an episode of your favorite shows. Paying the TV bill at your local Money Services is easy and fast—we’re open evenings and weekends so you can pay bills as you shop.

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Why use Money Services to pay

If you’re looking for a way to pay your cable or satellite TV bill, our service comes with a number of key benefits.

We offer a low-cost service

  • We offer digital coupons and special promotions to help save you money
  • Many providers offer same day posting for bill payments, helping you to avoid late fees

We can save you time

  • No need to wait for your payment to go through the mail
  • Shop for groceries while you make your bill payments

How to pay your

It’s simple to pay your cable or satellite TV bill with Money Services.

  • Find your biller – Search for the biller you want to pay using our Biller A-Z.

  • Locate your store – Find a Money Services near you.

  • Pay your bill – Bring along your bill stub and money and one of our store associates will help you make your payment.


If you need to pay your cable or satellite TV bill, just visit your local Money Services and bring along a copy of your bill stub, and the cash to pay the bill and fee amount. Our team can then help you get your payment processed.

Who can

At Money Services you can choose from a host of different billers that provide cable and satellite TV to pay your bill. Our list includes:

  • Spectrum
  • Comcast
  • Verizon

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If you don’t see your cable or satellite TV provider on our Biller A-Z, drop by your local Money Services and ask about additional billers.

Reducing your

Want to spend less on cable or satellite TV? Here are some tips to help you cut down on bill costs:

  • Look for bundle deals. It might be cheaper to go to the same single provider for cable, phone and internet.

  • Make a list of priorities and shop around for a package that gives you just what you want. Don’t pay for channels and services you don’t need.

  • Use an online price checker to see how many different operators you could turn to in your state.

  • See if you can get a better deal by agreeing on a fixed-term contract, which could cost less per month.

  • Ask your provider about possible discounts.


  • Western Union
  • CheckFreePay
  • Firstech
  • Fidelity Express
  • Money Gram

This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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