Paying Electricity by Using EasyPay

EasyPay is an independent service that facilitates the payment of accounts, purchase of prepaid electricity, prepaid airtime and so much more. EasyPay is the largest bank-independent transaction processing service. Easy Pay is a payment service that is part of the Net 1 company, a leading provider of payment solutions, transaction services and financial technology across multiple industries. 

Through their market-leading system, billions of people who generally have limited or no access to a bank account can affordably enter into electronic transactions with each other, government agencies, employers, merchants and other financial service providers

To benefit from using the service, you need to start by registering. You can then go on to enjoy “a better way to pay”.

How to register with EasyPay:

Get your EasyPay Wallet for free.

This will provide you with access to a secure, efficient and globally accessible means to pay all your EasyPay supported accounts.

In the past, you had to head to your local municipal office to pay electricity. This often meant that you had to spend hours away from the office. With time, payment options were introduced at supermarkets. While this is convenient, technological advancements have made things even easier by making it possible for people to make payments online.

EasyPay provides such a service for customers.

How paying electricity by using EasyPay works:

  • Simply fill in your meter number, a meter reference and the amount you wish to purchase.
  • Click “Pay Now” to continue
  • To check if your meter is supported, simply go to the Supported Meters Page and type your meter number in there.

What else you can do with EasyPay:

  • Buy airtime
  • Pay Accounts
  • Pay Traffic fines
  • Pay your TV Licence

It’s secure, easy and free. It’s also fast and convenient, allowing you to save time and money in the process. The entire process is paperless, so you don’t have to waste hours faxing various paperwork.

To find out more about paying electricity by using EasyPay, visit www.easypay.co.za

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