A member of the TECO energy businesses, the New Mexico Gas Company operates in 23 counties and provides natural gas services to over 513,000 residential, transportation and commercial customers. The company is headquartered in Albuquerque.
SeveralNew Mexico gas company bill pay options are offered to the consumers to ensure that bill payment is stress free. However, if your account is facing disconnection, you should take your payment to the New Mexico gas in person.
One-time electronic payments: make a one-time bill payment from your savings or checking bank account for free. To use the service,
- In the login section at the top of the www.nmgco.com/ home page, enter your username and password to login
- You can also click on ‘register’ if you are a new user
- Click on payments option and select the option for one time payments from your bank.
- Fill in the details in the one-time payment form. This will include your bank account number and amount to be paid among other r details.
- Agree to the terms and conditions and submit your payment
- A confirmation screen will be displayed showing the details of your payment
Automatic payments: This free New Mexico gas company bill pay option allows your payments to be done by automatic monthly deductions of your bill amount from your checking or savings account. To sign up, contact customer services to have an enrollment form sent to you or download it from https://www.nmgco.com/pdf/Auto_Bank_Draft_Auth_Agrmnt.pdf, fill it, attach a check (checking account) or a deposit slip (savings account) and mail it to:
New Mexico Gas Company
Automatic Payment Program
P.O. Box 97500 BC28
Albuquerque, NM 87199-7500
You can also sign in to ‘Manage My Account’ to enroll for the service online. The deductions should start in about six weeks.
Pay through your bank: Get in touch with your bank and provide them with your New Mexico gas account number to pay your bill.
One time card payments: Pay with your credit/debit card or an e-Check through western union online or on phone for a $2.50 transaction charge.
Pay in person: Pay your bill with cash or check at the participating western union payment locations at a small fee