Pay Light Bill at Bajaj Finserv
Electricity bills are issued monthly by the state or private-owned electricity boards to their customers. You need to pay your ‘bijli bills’ on or before the due date to ensure you have access to an uninterrupted power supply. Electricity bill payments such as TNEB, UPPCL, APDCL, BESCOM, and other major utility bills used to be cumbersome and tedious back when you had to visit the distributor's nearest office. However, online electricity bill payments have made the process simple and convenient. At Bajaj Finserv, you can avail of the BBPS facility to pay light bills at no extra cost, quickly and safely.
The BBPS (Bharat Bill Payment System) facilitates online transactions, allowing you to pay your utility bills seamlessly. Bajaj Finserv offers the BBPS platform, and you can choose your preferred payment mode while making the payment. Furthermore, the BBPS platform is safe and secure, and safeguards your personal information. Bajaj Finserv also helps you score discounts and cashbacks on paying your light bills through its BBPS facility.
State wise electricity Billers across India
Uttar Pradesh [UPPCL] Electricity Bill Payment
Tamil Nadu [TNEB] Electricity Bill Payment
Kerala [KSEB] Electricity Bill Payment
Punjab [PSPCL] Electricity Bill Payment
Bangalore [BESCOM] Electricity Bill Payment
Assam [APDCL] Electricity Bill Payment
Calcutta [CESC] Electricity Bill Payment
West Bengal [WBSEDCL] Electricity Bill Payment
New Delhi [BSES] Electricity Bill Payment
Ajmer [AVVNL] Electricity Bill Payment
Mumbai [BEST] Electricity Bill Payment
Bikaner [BKESL] Electricity Bill Payment
Features and benefits of BBPS
Receive instant payment bill receipt along with the transaction ID
Multiple payment channels
Choose your preferred payment method from the various available options
Pay anywhere anytime with a hassle-free process
Zero transaction fee
Make payments with no additional transaction fee
With the BBPS platform, you can pay the electricity bill for any electricity provider and enjoy various cashback and discount offers.
How to pay your electricity bill online using Bajaj Finserv’s BBPS?
You can pay your electricity bill online using the Bajaj Finserv BBPS platform by following these steps:
- 1 Click on 'Download App' to open the Google Play Store
- 2 Login through the email ID registered with your mobile
- 3 Click on ‘Install’
- 4 Open the app on your mobile phone
- 5 Enter your 10-digit mobile number to 'Generate OTP'
- 6 Enter the OTP and click on 'Proceed'
- 7 Under the ‘Bills and Recharges' section, tap on 'Electricity'
- 8 Choose your electrical power company from the drop-down menu
- 9 Enter your customer ID and tap on ‘Fetch your bill’
- 10 Choose your preferred payment mode and complete the payment
Fees and charges
The Bajaj Finserv's Bharat Bill Payment System does not charge any fee for transactions on the BBPS platform.
Frequently Asked Questions on Electricity Bill Payment
You can check your current electricity bill online by visiting the Bajaj Finserv BBPS platform.
The BBPS platform supports serval payment methods for bill payments and recharges. These are:
- Credit card
- Debit card
- Net banking
Since your payment has already been processed, the biller will not allow us to cancel it. However, you can raise a request through Experia by following the below steps:
- Visit the 'Menu'
- Go to 'Transaction History'
- Select the transaction
- Raise a request
Check if you have entered the details incorrectly. Payment failure could be due to an issue at operator's end. We suggest you retry after some time.
You can pay the following utility bills using the BBPS platform:
- Mobile postpaid
- Piped gas
- Broadband postpaid
- Landline postpaid
- Clubs and Associations
- Housing society and
- LPG gas cylinder
The cost of 1 unit of electricity in India varies from one place to another. The amount charged as per the electricity bills ranges from Rs. 6-9 per unit.
You need to know your energy consumption (measured in kWh) for calculating your electricity bill. Multiply the appliance's wattage by the number of hours to get your kWh (kilowatt-hour). Then multiply the result by the cost per unit to know your bill’s amount.
You can calculate your electric meter reading by following these steps.
- Note the reading on your electric meter (in kWh)
- Subtract it from your last month’s reading to get your current month’s consumption
- Multiply the answer by the cost of one unit
- Add Fixed charges and other applicable duties and taxes to get your bijli bill amount
You can reset your electric meter by pressing the ‘Reset’ button.
A smart meter looks like a traditional electric meter, but is slightly different. These smart meters allow customers to keep an eye on their electricity consumption. Thus, you won’t have to worry about getting exorbitantly high electricity bills.