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Nixa Offers a new way to Take Payments

Nixa Utilities can conveniently accept payments via kiosk, according to a post on the Nixa government Facebook Page.

The full post is below:

Nixa Utilities now offers a new convenient way for customers to make payment on their utility bills! Our first kiosk location is open inside The X Center (701 N. Taylor Way) on the first floor, to the right of the front desk. This kiosk accepts payments any time The X Center is open. You may pay by credit card, check, or cash. You just need to know your account number to get started, and it’s a very similar experience to using an ATM. Call Nixa Utilities for support and questions: 417-725-3229.

The above was originally posted on the Nixa government's Facebook Page.

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