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What’s the difference between a credit and prepayment meter and how do I know which one I have?

A prepayment meter is what you’ll have if you ‘pay-as-you-go’ for your energy. That means you pay for energy up front, and add money to your meter with your top-up card, online or through the Boost app. A credit meter is what you’ll have if you pay for your energy after you’ve used it.

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