Constant electricity power supply has been a problem in the country and with the issue of crazy bills issued out to Nigerians by PHCN without proper estimation of energy used by the consumers, most people have cried out for the introduction of prepaid meters as a solution to this problem.
While there are benefits of using prepaid meter, it still won’t bring an end to the issue of electricity production and distribution in the country. Before we detail you on steps on how to apply for prepaid meter in Lagos, you might want to know the benefits and problems of using such in your homes.
Benefits of Installing Prepaid Meters
Even if you live in a flat, or you own a house as a landlord, or for rent, there are benefits of using PHCN prepaid electricity meter rather than the billed electricity. These benefits include:
- You woun’t be billed monthly but you pay as you use. This means that you will not get billed the normal way way it used to be, instead you will be able to buy prepaid electricity online using your debit/credit card via quickteller.
- No more false reading of meter as it was done in the past. Imagine in the past when those NEPA officials come to take readings from your old meters, most of them read falsely thereby charging you high, due to the pay as you go electric meter, that won’t be possible again.
- You get to know how you use energy so you can budget better. With the help of PHCN prepaid meter in Lagos, you can monitor you level of power consumption better, save energy and use elctricity more efficiently.
- You won’t be paying disconnection or reconnection fees.
- You can now recharge your PHCN prepaid meter online or at the bank or the NEPA office easily without hassles.
How To Apply For Prepaid Meter in Lagos
These few and easy steps will guide you in getting your own pre-paid meter in Lagos without much struggle. It is quite free and open to all customers.
#Step 1: Go to Electric Distribution Company nearest to you and obtain the form that would be issued to you by the Electric Sales Representative/department (ERS).
#Step 2: Fill the form with valid and correct information on it.
#Step 3: Submit the form and get your meter installed within the range of 45 days at your residence.
#Step 4: After installation, the customer should visit the Electric business unit for Vending and reconciliation of account, this is very important.
#Step 5: As a customer, you are expected to separate load/lines before meter is installed.
Please note that the installation of the meter is “FREE” . If you require more information about the meter, contact the Ikeja Electric customer care on the following numbers: 070002255453, 01-7000250, 01-4483900.
18 CommentsAdd a Comment
Will didn’t received any text msg..!! Still not get the code for the prepaid metal..
How can will apply for the prepaid metal in alagbado lagos
Where and how can I apply for prepaid meter please, I reside at Igando Lagos.
How can I apply for prepaid meter please, I live at AIT Alagbado
Kindly visit the nearest NEPA office near you. Thanks
How can i get my own prepaid meter to my house? am living at IMOTA IKORODU LAGOS STATE
Visit the nearest nepa office and inquire from them. You would be given the process for that area. Thanks
Comment: How can individual get prepaid meter for 3 bed room apartment in Other Idimu
Kindly visit any nepa office near you
I need a prepaid meter to be installed in my house at ibeju-Lekki
Kindly meet the nearest disco in your area
Just got an apartment but they use post paid meter, can I process a prepaid meter for my own apartment separately? Thnks
Yes but it might be difficult especially when that apartment has outstanding bills
Ahhhhhh,the Mojec meter asset management is a fraudulent company. I’ve paid for PREPAID METER since September 13th,2019.As I’m writing this,I don’t have a meter yet,they keep sending apologies and Ikedc keep bringing estimated bills. Very very very annoying. Will storm your office soonest sha .
For a month now, I have paid for the prepaid meter but haven’t receive any confirmation. Please what’s going on?
Its either due to the pandemic or the laxity of the Nigerian system
Is there no way to apply for the prepaid meter online until one have to visit their office?
Thanks for the information