A video message created as part of the campaign is being shared on social media platforms, explaining the benefits of paying electricity bills on time. According to UP Govt., if you pay your electricity bill in full before the due date, you will avoid disconnection-related inconveniences. Customers can pay their bills using their debit card, credit card, or Internet banking via mobile apps and online websites.
Paying your UPPCL electricity bill online using the Bajaj Finserv app is a simple and convenient process. First, download the app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store and create an account or log in. Then, select the ‘Electricity’ option and choose ‘UPPCL’ as your service provider. Enter your account number and the amount due, and select your preferred payment method to complete the transaction. You can easily make payments for UPPCL bill from anywhere and at any time, without any hassle.
To check your UPPCL (Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited) bill online, download the app on your smartphone. Then, log in to your account and navigate to the ‘Electricity Bill‘ section. Select your state and enter your UPPCL account number to view your bill details. You can also opt to receive timely reminders for bill payments through the app.
Also You can Make payment for UPPCL using Official Website.
Steps to Pay UPPCL Bill Online via the Official Website
- Navigate to the UPPCL Mpower webpage.
- Navigate to the View OTS Bill/Bill Payment option.
- To check your UPPCL bill, enter your Consumer Account number.
- Confirm the information and the amount of the bill.
- Go to the payment page and choose a payment method: debit card, credit card, UPI, Netbanking, or other.
- Pay and obtain the UPPCL payment receipt.
To guarantee timely payment of power bills during the lockdown, CM Yogi Adityanth instructed Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) to bear the bank charge for online payment of electricity bills. The CM issued the instructions during a review meeting to analyze the challenges that individuals encountered during the lockdown.
Until now, banks charged consumers a transaction fee when they paid their power bills online using debit or credit cards. UPPCL Bill would now be responsible for this fee. According to a state government official, the agreement will be in place by April. According to sources, this is being done to prevent individuals from going to substations to pay their bills and instead making online payments during the three-week statewide lockdown.