Electricity bill payment online on 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 uninterrupted power supply. Electricity bill payments 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 Bajaj Pay facilitates online transactions, allowing you to pay your utility bills seamlessly. Bajaj Finserv offers the Bajaj Pay platform, and you can choose your preferred payment mode while making the payment. Furthermore, the Bajaj Pay is safe and secure, and safeguards your personal information. Bajaj Finserv also helps you score discounts and cashback on paying your light bills through its Bajaj Pay platform.

  • Benefits of making electricity bill payment on Bajaj Finserv

    When paying for your electricity bill online through the Bajaj Finserv Bajaj Pay platform, you can avail of the following benefits:

    • Ease of payment
      can complete the electricity bill online at any time from the comfort of your home before the due date.
    • Multiple payment methods
      Bajaj Pay allows you to use credit/debit cards, net banking, UPI, or e-wallets to make transactions incredibly convenient.
    • Safe and secure
      Bajaj Finserv provides a safe and secure payment platform. Your payment details are secure with the platform’s robust security measures.
    • Instant billing receipts
      When you pay a bijli bill online, you will receive instant transaction IDs and billing receipts. It ensures better transparency and reliability.

    Fee and charges

    A convenience fee of up to 2% will be charged depending on the transaction amount and payment mode (inclusive of applicable taxes). For more information on fees and charges, click here.

    Note: For failed transactions, the total amount including charges except taxes are reversed.

    Modes of payment 

    The Bajaj Pay platform offers a range of convenient payment options for electricity bill payment.

    Let us explore the available modes:  

    • Credit card/debit card: This is a widely accepted and convenient option. You can make payments using your Visa, Mastercard, or Maestro card issued by any bank in India.
    • Net banking: If you prefer online bank transfers, Bajaj Finserv integrates with major banks across India. Simply select your bank from the list and utilise your existing net banking credentials for secure payments.
    • Bajaj Pay UPI: This option leverages the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) for instant fund transfers. It is a secure and fast way to pay directly from your bank account using a UPI app.
    • Bajaj Pay Wallet: Bajaj Finserv also offers its own digital wallet - Bajaj Pay Wallet. If you have a Bajaj Pay account, you can easily make payments using the balance stored in your wallet.

    Electricity billers across India

    Bajaj Finserv allows you to pay for electricity provider’s bills across India such as:

    Bihar Electricity Bill Payment

    UP Electricity Bill Payment

    Kanpur Electricity Bill Payment

    Bangalore Electricity Bill Payment

    Kerala Electricity Bill Payment

    Karnataka Electricity Bill Payment

    Haryana Electricity Bill Payment

    Delhi Electricity Bill Payment

    Tamil Nadu Electricity Bill Payment

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Steps to pay electricity bill online on the Bajaj Finserv app

You can pay your electricity bill online using the Bajaj Finserv BBPS platform by following these steps:

  1. Download the Bajaj Finserv app from Google Play Store or Apple App Store
  2. Open the app on your mobile phone
  3. Enter your 10-digit mobile number to 'GENERATE OTP'
  4. Enter the OTP and click on 'PROCEED'
  5. Under the ‘BILLS AND RECHARGES' section, tap on 'ELECTRICITY'
  6. Choose your electricity provider from the drop-down menu
  7. Enter your customer ID and tap on ‘FETCH YOUR BILL’
  8. Choose your preferred payment mode and complete the payment

Steps to pay electricity bill online on the Bajaj Finserv website

Here is how you can pay your bijli bill on the Bajaj Finserv website:

  1. Visit the Bajaj Finserv website or click on https://www.bajajfinserv.in/
  2. Go to the ‘BILLS AND RECHARGES’ under the ‘PAYMENTS’ section
  4. Select the electricity board from the drop-down menu
  5. Enter your ‘CUSTOMER ID’ and click on ‘FETCH BILL’
  6. Select a payment method from the list of available payment options such as credit card, debit card, UPI, e-wallets, and net banking
  7. After choosing your preferred payment mode, enter the requested payment details

Check the details you entered and click on 'PAY NOW’

What is electricity subsidy in India

Subsidy refers to the waiver that a government provides on any service used by the citizens. The household electricity subsidy average ranges from slightly above Rs. 1,000 per year for individuals using up to 100 units per month to exceeding Rs. 9,000 per year for those consuming 300-400 units per month.

How can I get the K number or consumer number of any electricity board

The K number or consumer number is the unique identification number assigned to every connection by the electricity board. This number is used to document the details like electricity bills, account details, bill payment history, customer support, etc. You can easily find this number on your light bill.

Bajaj Finserv app for all your financial needs and goals

Trusted by 50 million+ customers in India, Bajaj Finserv App is a one-stop solution for all your financial needs and goals.

You can use the Bajaj Finserv App to:

  • Apply for loans online, such as Instant Personal Loan, Home Loan, Business Loan, Gold Loan, and more.
  • Explore and apply for co-branded credit cards online.
  • Invest in fixed deposits and mutual funds on the app.
  • Choose from multiple insurance for your health, motor and even pocket insurance, from various insurance providers.
  • Pay and manage your bills and recharges using the BBPS platform. Use Bajaj Pay and Bajaj Wallet for quick and simple money transfers and transactions.
  • Apply for Insta EMI Card and get a pre-approved limit on the app. Explore over 1 million products on the app that can be purchased from a partner store on No Cost EMIs.
  • Shop from over 100+ brand partners that offer a diverse range of products and services.
  • Use specialised tools like EMI calculators, SIP Calculators
  • Check your credit score, download loan statements and even get quick customer support—all on the app.

Download the Bajaj Finserv App today and experience the convenience of managing your finances on one app.

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Frequently asked questions

How to get bijli bill receipt payment online?

Electricity Provider Website:

  • Visit your electricity board's website (e.g., Mahavitaran for Maharashtra).
  • Login to your account using your consumer number or login credentials.
  • Navigate to the ‘PAYMENT HISTORY’ or ‘TRANSACTION HISTORY’ section.
  • Locate the specific bill payment you want a receipt for.
  • There should be a ‘DOWNLOAD RECEIPT’ or ‘VIEW RECEIPT’ option. Click on it to download a PDF or view the receipt online.

Payment App/Website (if you paid through a third party):

  • If you paid through a bill payment app or website like Bajaj Finserv, log in to your account.
  • Go to the ‘TRANSACTIONS’ or ‘BILL PAYMENTS’ section.
  • Find the specific electricity bill payment.
  • Look for a ‘DOWNLOAD RECEIPT’ or ‘VIEW RECEIPT’ option for that transaction. You can then download the receipt or view it online.
How to calculate electricity bill from meter reading?

1. Gather Information:

Previous meter reading: Find the meter reading from your last electricity bill.

Current meter reading: Take a reading from your electricity meter.

2. Calculate unit consumption:

Subtract the previous meter reading from the current meter reading. This difference represents the units of electricity consumed during the billing period.

Unit Consumed = Current Reading - Previous Reading

*For example, if your current reading is 1450 kWh and your previous reading was 1200 kWh, you've consumed 250 kWh (1450 kWh - 1200 kWh).

3. Apply rate and calculate charges:

Electricity rate: Find the electricity rate per unit charged by your electricity board. This information is usually mentioned on your bill or the board's website.

Multiply the units consumed by the rate to get the energy charges.

Energy Charge = Unit Consumed × Rate per Unit

*For example, if the rate is ₹5 per kWh and you consumed 250 kWh, the energy charge would be ₹1250 (250 kWh × ₹5).

4. Additional charges:

Your bill might include fixed charges, meter maintenance charges, or taxes. These are usually mentioned separately on your bill and need to be added to the energy charge for the final amount.

Total Bill = Energy Charge + Fixed Charges + Other Charges (if applicable)

How can I get the consumer number of any electricity board?

The K number or consumer number is the unique identification number assigned to every connection by the electricity board. You can easily find this number on your light bill.

What to do in case of wrong electricity bill?

Review: Check your bill for accuracy. Compare current readings with previous months and your average consumption.

Contact electricity board: Call your local electricity board's customer care number or visit their office. Report the discrepancy and provide your bill details.

Request rectification: Ask for a meter reading verification or bill recalculation. Keep a copy of your complaint for reference.

How do I know if my electric meter is faulty?

Unusual consumption: A sudden spike in your electricity bill might indicate a faulty meter.

Flickering lights: Frequent dimming or flickering lights could be a sign of meter malfunction or electrical issues.

Sparks or burning smell: These are red flags! Contact a qualified electrician immediately to address safety concerns.

Contact electricity board: Report a suspected faulty meter to your electricity board. They will send a technician to inspect and potentially replace the meter.

How to find the light bill consumer number?

You can find your light bill consumer number on your physical bill or e-bill received on your SMS or email. You can also contact your provider’s customer support to get your consumer number.

How to calculate bijli bill from meter reading?

You can calculate your bijli bill from your meter by multiplying the units consumed for that month (meter reading) by the unit rate charged by your provider.

What to do in case of wrong electricity bill?

Reach about to the concerned electricity board to raise a complaint. If the issue is not resolved, then you can raise a complaint in consumer forum.

What is arear in electricity bill?

The term ‘arrear’ in an electricity bill refers to the outstanding amount that is past due and has not been paid on time. It essentially signifies the accumulated unpaid balance from previous billing cycles.

How to get receipt of electricity online bill payment?

Check your electricity provider's website. Login, navigate to payment history, and download or print the receipt for your specific payment.

The alternate method is that you can search your order history or ‘PASSBOOK’ on the Bajaj Finserv online platform and select the transaction to download the payment receipt.

Does Bajaj Finserv provide recharge services apart from electricity bill payment?

Yes, Bajaj Finserv also provides recharge services such as:

Does Bajaj Finserv provide other bill payment services apart from electricity bill payment?

Yes, Bajaj Finserv also provides other bill payment services such as:

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