Nex-Tech Bill Pay: A Comprehensive Guide

Nex-Tech is excited to announce the launch of our new online payment portal! New features include Venmo, Apple Pay, Google Pay and PayPal.

Pay My Bill

As a Nex-Tech customer, paying your bill on time is essential to ensure uninterrupted service. With Nex-Tech, you have two convenient options to pay your bill: online and by phone. This guide will walk you through the process of paying your Nex-Tech bill using both methods.

Online Bill Pay

Paying your Nex-Tech bill online is easy, fast, and secure. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Go to the Nex-Tech website at and click on the “Pay My Bill” tab at the top of the page.
  2. Log in to your Nex-Tech account using your email address and password. If you don’t have an account, you can create one by clicking on the “Create Account” button.
  3. Once you’re logged in, you’ll be directed to the payment page. Here, you can view your current bill, make a payment, and set up automatic payments.
  4. Choose the payment method you prefer: credit/debit card or bank draft.
  5. Enter the payment amount and complete the payment process.
  6. You will receive a confirmation email once the payment is processed.

Phone Bill Pay

If you prefer to pay your Nex-Tech bill over the phone, you can do so by calling the Nex-Tech billing department at 877-625-7872. Have your account number and payment information ready when you call.

Billing Information

Before you make a payment, it’s essential to understand your Nex-Tech bill. Here are some key things to know:

  • Payment due date: Your Nex-Tech bill is due by the 10th of each month.
  • Late fees: If your payment is not received by the 19th of the month, a late fee will be applied to your account.
  • Payment methods: You can pay your Nex-Tech bill using a credit/debit card, bank draft, or by mailing a check.
  • Automatic payments: You can set up automatic payments to ensure your bill is paid on time each month.

Common Bill Charges

Your Nex-Tech bill may include some additional charges. Here’s what they are:

  • Retransmission Consent Fee: A fee set forth by broadcasters who own local television stations and is mandated by the Federal Communications Commission.
  • Access Recovery Charge (ARC): The ARC is authorized by the Federal Communications Commission and is designed to offset revenue losses experienced by the Company resulting from recent FCC actions.
  • City Franchise Fee: Cable and Telephone operators, such as Nex-Tech, are often required to pay a fee to the municipalities that they serve, for the rental of their rights-of-way.
  • Federal Regulatory Fee: The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) assesses an annual fee to telecommunications service providers, such as Nex-Tech, to recover the costs that it incurs in carrying out enforcement, policy and rule-making.
  • Federal Universal Service Fund Charge (FUSF): Similar to the Universal Service Charge for local service, except this fee is applied as a percentage of your local access fee, and interstate and international long distance.


Paying your Nex-Tech bill is easy and convenient, with two payment methods available: online and by phone. Before making a payment, it’s essential to understand your bill and any additional charges that may be included. With this comprehensive guide, you’ll have all the information you need to keep your Nex-Tech service uninterrupted.


How can I pay my monthly bills online?

Gather your bills, including account numbers and the addresses to where you mail the payments. Enter each biller’s information into your bank’s online bill pay platform, or choose them from a list provided by your bank. Choose when to send the payment. Select a recurring or one-time payment.

How does bill pay online work?

An online bill pay service works by deducting a payment from your account balance and transferring it to a service provider. A bill pay service may be included as part of a checking account’s features.

What is Bill Pay app?

What is Bill Pay? Bill Pay is an online bill payment service that allows you to simply and conveniently pay a business or person within the United States. You determine who you want to pay and when you want to make the payment.

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Nex-Tech is excited to announce the launch of our new online payment portal! New features include Venmo, Apple Pay, Google Pay and PayPal.

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