Sign Up Today
Home
Bill Payment
Member Services
Tech Support
Products & Services
About Us
Contact Us
Links
Top and Local News
Site Map
Web Mail
Payment Options

Automatic/One-Time PayPal
PayPal is a secure online service that lets you pay anyone who has an email account by using your credit card, debit card or checking account. Midwest Internet accepts PayPal payments. You can set up an automatic monthly payment, called a PayPal subscription, to be deducted from your PayPal account. You may also make a single one-time payment to be deducted from your PayPal account.


Automatic/One-Time Credit Card
Automatic credit card billing allows you to supply a credit card number for us to bill for your service every month. These monthly charges will occur each month on or about the day you signed up. You may also make credit card payments each month if you don't want the payments to be automatically billed to your card. Payments will appear on your credit card statement as charged from "Midwest Internet."


Prepaid Internet Cards
Midwest Internet is excited to offer an innovative new way to pay for Internet services: Prepaid Internet Cards. These cards work like prepaid phone cards--you buy a card that you can use anytime to pay for your Internet service. You then use these cards to automatically pay for service through our automated bill payment page. Prepaid Internet offers many advantages:

  • No credit card or credit check needed
  • No checking account needed
  • You can pay your bill or order new services anytime through our automated bill payment page

ECheck Payment
ECheck payments allow you to pay for your account directly from your bank account, without the need for a credit card or PayPal account. It's like writing a check but not having to spend the postage to make your payment.


Subscribers and visitors to this website agree to abide by Midwest Internet, Inc.'s Policies and Agreements © 2001-2013 Midwest Internet, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This website may also contain the trademarks and service marks of other companies, and those trademarks and service marks are the property of their respective owners.