With Atlantic.Net, you can pay your bill any way you want. Choose
from these four easy billing options.
Credit Card Billing
may elect to have your credit card charged for service automatically
on a monthly, quarterly, semiannual, or annual basis. Your credit
card will be charged between the 15th and 20th of the month prior
to the service period. For example, you would be charged between
1/15/01 and 1/20/01 for service 2/1/01-2/28/01. If your credit card
is declined, we will continue attempting to process your charge.
you have a usage-based account, any charges for over-usage will
be charged on or after the 1st day of the month following the service
period (example: charge on 2/1/01 for January over-usage).
gladly accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover
Checking Account Withdrawal
more convenient option is to have your payment automatically withdrawn
from your personal checking account on a monthly basis. Your bank
account will be drafted between the 15th and 20th of the month prior
to the service period. For example, your account would be drafted
between 1/15/01 and 1/20/01 for service 2/1/01-2/28/01. If your
account draft gets rejected by your bank for any reason, you will
be notified via e-mail and you will be required to submit another
form of payment. There is a $15 fee per occurrence for returned
you have a usage-based account, any charges for over-usage would
be charged between the 1st and 5th day of the month following service
period (example: charge on 2/01/01 for January over-usage).
here for more information on Direct Payment.
may elect to be billed via postal mail on a quarterly, semiannual
or annual basis. Rates are slightly higher if you elect this billing
option ($4 more per billing cycle), due to the increased cost of processing
paper invoices and check payments, and due to the high incidence of
returned checks. Paper invoices are generated on or about the 1st
day of each month and are due in our office no later than the last
day of the month. Payments must be received no later than the last
day of the month to avoid late fees ($5 per account) and/or service
interruption. There is a $15 fee per occurrence for returned checks.
billing option is identical to Paper Invoicing, except that you
would receive your bill via electronic mail rather than postal mail.
We encourage all customers who wish to pay by check to make this
election, as we have found that e-mail is more reliable that postal