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On-line power bill payment starts in west Uttar Pradesh

Sunday, 16 January 2011, 18:30 Hrs   |    9 Comments
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Ghaziabad: About 32 lakh consumers of the Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) in western Uttar Pradesh will now be able to pay their electricity bills on the internet, a statement said Sunday.

The on-line bill payment facility was introduced by UPPCL Paschimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited (PVVNL) in districts such as Bagpat, Bijnor, Bulandshahr, Gautam Budh Nagar/Noida, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Moradabad, Muzzafarnagar, Rampur and Saharanpur.

Consumers shall have to pay an additional 10 which will be passed on to the service provider for making on-line payments.

Consumers will have to go to the website http://www.pvvnl.org/ of PVVNL for making the payment.
Source: IANS
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Reader's comments(9)
1: Is website mein pay bill karne kaa option kaha hai.......
Posted by:Rohit Thakur - 09 Apr, 2012
2: can be may payments of electricity bill (domestic) for the residence at Gomti Nagar , Lucknow, kindly let me know, if this facility is prevailing in Lucknow city.

Posted by:J Dayal - 18 Dec, 2011
3: Can any one tell me, if this service has been started or not. I have to pay my Electricity bill. I was there in the long Q for 3 times but still I am unable to pay my bill.

Please let me know if any one knows the procedure to register.

Vishal S
Posted by:Vishal S - 17 May, 2011
Yahi to Seecret hai Khojte rahi jaoge
Daddu Replied to: Vishal S - 11 Jul, 2011
5: This news is great. At least we dont have to stand in long queses now and will save our time.
Posted by:Anita Sharma - 10 Apr, 2011
6: Great initiative. I agree this will give big relief to many users. For others they can pay by traditional methods. This is positive approach and shouldn't be criticized.
Posted by:Gaurav Rajput - 28 Jan, 2011
7: Howmany people in that areas know how to operate computer or use internet...or those cities have the supply of proper electricity to switch on computers or to get electricity bills ?and as an add on they have to pay 10 rupees extra to submit the bill...jago grahak jago...

Posted by:manisha.d - 16 Jan, 2011
Gud...kuch bhi initiate ho...criticize jarur krna...ye nai ki chalo kuch to accha kaam hua...
rajiv Replied to: manisha.d - 31 Jan, 2011
It is a facility provided to people who wants to use their time for standing in a Q for something better. I do not know how many can go online but it for the people to use the facility and I appreciate the UP electricity board.
If your time is less than 10 rupees an hour this is not for you
B. P. kamalkumar Replied to: manisha.d - 18 Jan, 2011