Unlike utility providers, ISPs rarely send invoices to their customers. The subscriber is most often responsible for monitoring his own balance of payments. Therefore, you need to know how you can get information about the amount of required payments.
Go to your personal account on the provider's website. Usually, you will be given a login and password when concluding a service agreement, or you must register on the portal yourself. Your personal account displays the balance of your account, and you can understand how much it should be replenished. In some cases, you will be able to make the promised payment, for example, if at the moment you cannot visit either the provider's office or any other place where payments are accepted.
Find out the principle of charging a fee, which is practiced by your provider. For example, with unlimited internet, money from your account can be withdrawn monthly or daily. In the first case, for the Internet to work, you will have to pay the required amount before the first day of each month, and in the second situation - pay for the Internet either immediately in advance, or in small installments, for example, for several days of use. Also, at the same time, check if money will be withdrawn from you after blocking the Internet due to a negative balance. If yes, then it will be more profitable to block the communication channel in case you are not going to use it for some time.
When using the Internet with a rating based on the amount of downloaded information, keep a certain amount of money in your account. This is necessary because you may not always know exactly how much information you have downloaded.
Contact the provider's office. Just in case, take your passport with you, although in most cases they will be able to tell you the balance of the account when you mention your name and address. On the spot you will be able to deposit the required amount. Also, the operator will be able to tell you when to make the next payment, that you have not blocked the Internet.
Check your account balance using the fast payment machines. Not all providers provide this service. Please note that for this you may need a contract number with a communication company or your personal account number in its settlement system.