IESCO is stands for Islamabad Electric Supply Company. In 1998, IESCO was established to take over the assets, duties, and obligations of the former Islamabad Area Electricity Board, which at the time belong to WAPDA. The primary duty of IESCO is to supply, distribute, and sell electricity in the Attock to Jheleum and from the Indus River to the River Neelum. Although it only directly serves 3.2 million customers, the more than 25 million residents in the six districts it serves are affected. The main source of revenue for WAPDA is IESCO.
How to Check and Pay IESCO Bill
The IESCO bill can now be paid in a variety of ways. You have two options for paying it: in person at the bank or online. By way of their official websites or applications, many banks today provide online transactions and bill paying services.
Customers of IESCO and all of its circles can check their electricity bills on the IESCO online bill site easily and for no charge before the bill distributor delivers the bill. For those that are involved in IESCO circles, it is an easy to use and extremely helpful website.
- Visit the official Website
- Go to Bill Payments
- Select Add Bill
- Enter the required information eg reference number or customer ID
IESCO Area of Jurisdictions:
Following are the area of IESCO jurisdiction.
- Islamabad Circle
- Rawalpindi Circle
- Attock Circle
- Jhelum Circle
- Chakwal Circle
What is IESCO Bill Reference Number?
The IESCO company gives its customer a reference. It is a particular number given to the customer. It takes a reference number to view the iesco online bill. Reference Number has 14 digits in total. You need a reference number to check your bill online. The reference number is a unique number that you are issued. It includes all the details about your iesco bill that you need to know. The reference will appear as follows.
IESCO bill reference number is located on the iesco bill upward the consumer name. You can find it easily on the old iesco bill.
What is A Consumer ID?
The consumer of IESCO receives a consumer ID so they may quickly remember their 10-digit consumer id if they forget their 14-digit reference number.
Tips To Cut Your Electricity Bill
Here is the tips to save electricity and reduce your electricity bill:
- When leaving a room, turn off the light.
- Appliances should be turned off if they are in standby mode because they use energy in this condition.
- Instead of using light bulbs, use natural light
- Use the sun to dry your clothes rather than a dryer.
- When using AC, close your doors and windows, and use curtains.
- Adapt your use of light to your needs. snooze all other lights.
- To lower your bill, replace all of your old appliances with new ones that save energy and are more efficient.
- Examine and shut off any power appliances.
- Utilize smart energy strips to conserve electricity.
- To save energy and lower your bill, keep an eye on maintenance and stay current.
How To Pay IESCO BILL Online?
Online iesco bill payment is quite simple. It is really easy if you use a mobile phone. Install some of the following apps so you may pay your bills without having to wait for bank hours, rush, or disruption. If you pay your bill by the due date, there is no time limit. Following payment of your iesco bill, you can download your payment receipt.
The following is a list of platforms where you can pay your iesco bill online.
- Jazz Cash Account
- Easy Paisa Shops
- NADRA Collection Points
- One Link ATMs
How to contact IESCO
If you have complaints, you can go to the IESCO Head Office’s billing complaint resolution desk at Street # 40 Sector G-7/4 Islamabad. You can report your complaints by going to that address. Additionally, you can email the IESCO CEO personally with your complaint at [email protected].
The IESCO customer service hotline is 051-925-2937.