UGI launches mobile bill pay site

LEWISTOWN – UGI Utilities, Inc. has launched a mobile bill pay site intended to make it easier for UGI customers to manage their utility accounts from their smartphones, according to a press release from the company.

The mobile bill pay site allows customers to make a one-time payment. If the customer is already enrolled in eBill, logging in will allow that person to view the bill summary, schedule payments or update account information, the release states.

To access the mobile bill pay site on a smartphone or tablet, visit, click “Pay My Bill,” then “Pay Online.”

UGI also announced enhancements to its website,, which include giving users the ability to compare payment options and enroll online, start, stop or transfer natural gas or electric service online and qualify for and enroll in bill payment assistance programs. The website also offers expanded energy saving tips and tools to help customers save money.

“Our goal is to provide UGI customers with a simple and efficient user experience,” said Robert R. Stoyko, UGI vice president of marketing and customer relations. “The new layout of our website and mobile bill pay site are based on feedback from our customers about what they like to do online and how they want to receive information.”

UGI Utilities has its headquarters in Reading and serves 660,000 customers in 45 Pennsylvania counties and one county in Maryland.