Power companies say they'll adjust bills

Some New Jerseyans are outraged that they are receiving bills from their power companies that are based on estimated usage. That estimate includes time spent

EDISON - Some New Jerseyans are outraged that they are receiving bills from their power companies that are based on estimated usage. That estimate includes time spent in the dark this past August and October due to power outages.

JCP&L says it will recalculate a bill if the customer feels the estimate is inaccurate. The company says the easiest way to get it adjusted is to call them.

PSE&G also says customers can have their bills adjusted if they feel the estimates are incorrect.

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