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    Utility companies that offer a levelized payment plan under which the utility predicts what future bills will be for a customer based on the prior year's bills and anticipated changes going forward (e.g., higher rates). The customer pays a level amount each month. If at the end of the budget year, the amount paid under a budget billing plan is more than actual charges, then the customer gets a credit. If the customer pays less than actual charges, the customer must make up the difference. Budget billing plans are intended to level out swings in utility bills due to seasonal changes in customer consumption and do not affect overall utility charges.

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    PPL Electric Utilities - On Track Payment ProgramOn Track offers affordable payments and debt forgiveness for income-qualified customers who cannot pay the full amount of their electric bills. Reduced monthly payments: On Track customers receive a sizeable discount on ongoing energy usage. Your new bill will be either at a discounted rate or based on a percentage of your income. Since you will not be paying for your actual usage, you should have significant savings on your bill. Freezing past debt: If you were not enrolled in the On Track program in the past, then when you enroll, your past debt will be frozen for a period of time based on the total amount of your debt. During this time, as long as you make your On Track payments on time and in full, PPL will not make collections on that past due amount and no fees will be applied against the debt. If you are removed from the On Track program for failing to pay your On Track bill in full and on time or your time period runs out, then PPL may begin collection on this amount.PPL Electric UtilitiesPPL Electric Utilities

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