NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville Electric Service (NES) now has more than 40 remote payment locations, providing customers with even more options to pay their electric bills in person, at any time, day or night. NES kiosks were introduced in 2005 to give customers a convenient option for paying their electric bills in cash. The kiosks are located in Mapco Express, Exxon Tiger Markets, On the Run convenience stores and many other citywide kiosk locations. The kiosks are provided by TIO, a multichannel bill payment processor. We are always looking for ways to make bill-paying easier and more accessible for our customers, said Teresa Corlew, NES vice president and chief customer care officer. Many of our customers choose to pay with checks in the mail or through our online system; but for those who prefer to pay in cash, the more than 40 locations offer a convenient alternative to visiting NES during business hours. Customers can make a payment by inserting cash into the kiosk. Transactions can be completed in Spanish or English and require a $2 service fee per transaction. More than 4,500 customers use the kiosks each month. For a complete list of kiosk locations, visit http://locator.mypayspots.com/nes. Nashville Electric Service is one of the 12 largest public electric utilities in the nation, distributing energy to more than 360,000 customers in Middle Tennessee. For more information about NES, visit nespower.com.