How to Pay Your Spectrum Bill

There are six simple ways to pay your Spectrum TV, Internet, and Mobile accounts

Easton Smith
Mobile, TV, & Moving Expert
May 11, 2022
3 min read

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None of us really want to pay our bills. Yet, we must (or risk losing our precious services). But at least paying your bill shouldn’t be hard.

Thankfully, Spectrum customers have plenty of simple and quick options for paying their bills. The six simple payment methods in this article will work for Spectrum Wi-Fi and Internet, Spectrum TV, and Spectrum Mobile customers.

Read on to learn how to pay your Spectrum bill online, over the phone, using an app, or even in person.

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Pay your bill with the My Spectrum App

One of the easiest ways to pay your Spectrum bill is to use the My Spectrum App. Just download the app on your Android or iOS device (if you haven’t already) and follow these steps.

  1. Sign in to the app with your username and password. You may need to create a new username if you haven’t done that before.
  2. Tap the Billing tab.
  3. Select Make Payment.
  4. Enter payment information (if you haven’t already).
  5. Enter the amount you'd like to pay, the payment method, and the date that you want your payment to be processed.
  6. Tap the Make Payment button and make sure you get a confirmation saying that the payment was successful.

Pay your Spectrum bill online

If you don’t have the app, or don’t want to use it, then you can easily pay your Spectrum Wi-Fi Internet or Spectrum TV bill using your internet browser. Just go to and follow these steps.

  1. Sign in with your username and password. Make sure you’re using the “Primary” or “Admin” account.

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       2. Click on the Billing tab.

       3. Select the Make a Payment button.

        4. Enter your credit card or checking account information (if you don’t have a saved payment method).

       5. Select the amount you’d like to pay, the date you want the payment to go through, and the preferred payment method.

       6. Look for a confirmation message.

Enroll in autopay to save time
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While Spectrum doesn’t give you a discount for enrolling in autopay, it can make your life a lot easier. You can set up autopay for your Spectrum Internet or Spectrum TV account using the My Spectrum app or the company’s website. Just select the Billing tab and follow the Enroll in Auto Pay button.

Pay your Spectrum bill over the phone

If you’re computer shy (or just don’t have easy access to the web), you can pay your Spectrum bill over the phone. Call (833) 267-6094 to reach Spectrum’s automated bill payment system.

Follow the automated system’s instructions to pay with a checking account, debit card, or credit card.

While you're on the phone you might as well ask about Spectrum's cheapest plans.

Pay Spectrum through your bank

You may be able to use your bank’s mobile app or website to set up an automatic transfer or bill payment with Spectrum. Add Spectrum (or Charter Communication) as a payee and then enter the amount you want to transfer and the date you want to make the payment.

You may have to enter an address for the payment. You can find this address on your personal billing statement. Contact your bank if you have any questions about setting this up.

Pay your Spectrum bill in store

If you want to pay your Spectrum bill in cash, or you just want to make a transaction face-to-face, you can go to a local Spectrum store. Just walk in and tell the nearest employee that you’d like to pay your Spectrum bill.

Pay your Spectrum bill with a check

You can always pay your Spectrum bill the old school way: by putting a check in the mail.

To do this, just write a check for the full amount on your billing statement. Make it out to Spectrum. (Add Charter Communication to the name if you’d like.) Be sure to put your account number on your check so that it’s credited to the right account.

Put the check in an envelope along the remittance portion of your most recent Spectrum statement. Throw a stamp on that thing and put it in the mail! Beware, it can take several days or even weeks for your payment to be processed by mail. If you need to make a payment fast, it’s better to use the app or website.


Paying your Charter Spectrum bill for TV, internet, or mobile service is easy. There are six different ways you can make a payment (scroll back up if you need more details on how these methods work).

  • Use the app
  • Pay online
  • Pay by phone
  • Set up a payment through your bank
  • Go to a local Spectrum store
  • Send your payment by mail

If you’re still having a problem paying your Charter Spectrum bill, contact the company’s customer service department at (855) 243-8892.

Now that you know how to pay your Spectrum bill

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Easton Smith
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Easton Smith
Easton has worked as a freelance writer and researcher for several years, reviewing health, lifestyle, and technology products. He has probably read more Terms of Use contracts than any human alive. When he’s not sitting in front of a computer, Easton spends his time camping, climbing, and volunteering with humanitarian aid organizations.

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