on your Electricity Bill Payment
on your 1st transaction with Airtel Payments Bank. Max. cashback: Rs.40
With Airtel Payments Bank, you can pay electricity bill online, faster and at your comfort. You can avoid long queues or go through the hassle of cash or cheque payments.
Timely OTPs ensure that your personal payment details will be safe. This means you can make online electricity bill payment and other payments without having to worry about scams.
Make electricity bill payment online for multiple vendors with Airtel Payments Bank. You can make bill payments for NBPDCL, SBPDCL, MSEDCL, TNEB, UPPCL, KSEB, BSECOM, PSPCL, CESC, DHBVN, Tata Power, Torrent Power, Maharashtra Electricity, BSES Yamuna and BSES Rajdhani, NDPL, KESCO and many more.
An online electricity bill payment with Airtel Payments Bank will earn you loads of rewards such as cashbacks, discounts and coupons for many of your favourite lifestyle products.
Reach out to our customer care whenever you have any issues with payment or otherwise. You can contact us using Airtel Thanks App, our website or call us on 8800688006.
To pay electricity bill online via Airtel Payments Bank, follow the steps as provided below:
You can either download electricity bill or get in touch with our customer care desk. Our team will help you download a duplicate electricity bill.
Additionally, once you make the payment, your Bijli bill receipt is sent on your registered email id.
You can electricity bill view, check and avail for various light bill payment offers with Airtel Payments Bank. Some of the payment modes which you can opt for on our portal are:
NBPDCL bill payment | SBPDCL bill payment | TNEB bill payment | UPCL bill payment | MSEB bill payment | MSEDCL bill payment | Adani Electricity bill payment | BSES Rajdhani bill payment | BSES Yamuna bill payment | TSSPDCL bill payment | DGVCL bill payment | CSPDCL bill payment | BEST bill payment | WBSEDCL bill payment | JVVNL bill payment
Tamil Nadu Electricity Bill Payment | Goa Electricity Bill Payment | Bihar Bijli Bill Payment | Maharashtra Electricity Bill Payment | Telangana Electricity Bill Payment | Punjab Electricity Bill Payment | Jharkhand Electricity Bill Payment | Odisha Electricity Bill Payment | MP Electricity Bill Payment | Rajasthan Electricity Bill Payment | Kerala Electricity Bill Payment | Haryana Bijli Bill Payment | Andhra Pradesh Electricity Bill Payment | Delhi Electricity Bill Payment | Uttar Pradesh Electricity Bill Payment | Assam Electricity Bill Payment
A. Yes, you will. Your transaction will also be recorded in history. So, if you forget which bill you want for reference, you will still have a record of your spending.
A. It will be beneficial to have an account with Airtel, as the Airtel Payments Bank offers lots of perks for those with accounts. However, you can make bill payments directly too.
A. You can pay bills for numerous operators with Airtel Payments Bank. Some of them are Adani Electricity Mumbai Limited, BEST Undertaking, Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company, SNDL Nagpur, Tata Power Mumbai, and Tata Power Co. Limited, Maharashtra.
A. Once you login to your Airtel app, or visit the website, navigate to the Airtel Payments Bank section. Click on the ‘Electricity bill’ option. You will be required to fill in your biller, consumer number, and billing unit. Then, you will have to click on ‘Fetch Bill’ for EB bill status. Once you do that, you will receive your bill on the left side of the screen, and the electricity bill payment offers will be visible on the right.
To do an electricity bill check via the Airtel Payments Bank, here's what you should do:
Once you do that, you will receive all the electricity bill details along with the unpaid amount.
A. The ‘Fetch Bill’ options allow you access to all your electricity bill details. You can take a screenshot of it. Airtel Payments Bank website makes the electricity bill download process easier for you. You will have to submit a duplicate bill in case you lose the first one.
A. The easiest way to calculate your electricity bill reading is to check and note down the number appearing on your meter. This number is valued in kWh (KiloWatt (KW) Hour). Then, check the last month’s reading on the last month’s bill. Once you have both the figures, subtract your last month’s reading from current month’s reading and multiply the number obtained with the charges per kWh.
This is your final power bill.
A. Electricity Consumer number or K Number or CA Number are the unique identification numbers given to every individual. You can find this number on the top as you do your Bijli bill check online or pay light bill.