Friday, August 05, 2005

InfoTouch deploys pre-paid utility kiosks

KioskMarketplace notes that:

"Wood County Electric Cooperative customers can now pre-purchase their electricity using cash or a credit card at seven kiosks located throughout the nine counties they serve. The customers enrolled in WCEC's SMARTPOWER program need only their cash or credit card and their WCEC provided SmartCard. The display unit provides customers with information that shows how much credit is left on the meter in addition to a history of the power they have consumed.

"'Pre-pay energy solutions are the wave of the future,' said Debbie Robinson, chief execuitve officer and general manager of Wood County Electric Cooperative. 'A big part of the program is all about helping our member-customers better control their electricity consumption and budgeting.'"

The rest of the article is here.

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