Need more time to pay? BillFloat makes it easy...
How does BillFloat work?
There are 4 easy steps:
- Tell BillFloat about your nTelos bill.
- How much is your bill?
- When is your bill due?
Select payment date
- Short and simple process
- No credit check! BillFloat uses its own decisioning process.
- You will need a checking account and a credit card to apply.
- Select the day that you would like for your nTelos bill to be paid. If no date is selected, the date will default to the application date and the payment will be posted within 4 business days.
- BillFloat will send payment to nTelos on your behalf on the selected due date or approxiamately 4 business days after the application date.
- BillFloat will draft from your checking or debit account approximately 30 days after the payment is sent to nTelos
Who is BillFloat?
BillFloat is backed by PayPal, an eBay company, who will help consumers pay any of over 3,000 "billers" such as mobile phone, cable, insurance, self storage, and other utilities. Consumers will avoid late fees, disconnection charges and/or payday loan lender's rates.
How does BillFloat pay my nTelos bill?
You will provide you bank debit card number or checking account routing information and BillFloat will draft the payment on the repayment date plus a small fee. The repayment date is found on the transaction summary and an email reminder is sent as well.
How secure is my information once I provide it to BillFloat?
BillFloat uses the same level of security that financial institutions use, has received the VeriSign security seal, privacy protection standards certified by TRUSTe and McAfee.
How much does it cost to use the BillFloat service?
BillFloat charges 3% interest on the dollar amount of the float plus a bill pay service fee of up to $14.99. You'll be able to see exactly what your charges are as you progress through the short application process.