You can now get up to Rs. 300 cash back on electricity bills using Mobikwik

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Consumers can now save up to Rs. 300 per month if they pay their electricity bills through the digital payment platform Mobikwik.

Get up to Rs. 300 cash back on electricity bills using Mobikwik

The cash back scheme has been announced by BSES, one of the two power distribution companies (discoms) in Delhi. BSES in collaboration with Mobikwik has come up with such a move to encourage digital payment of electricity bills on time. Besides, with this offer consumers now stand to benefit by up to Rs 300 per month.

"To avail the cash-back, all a consumer has to do is make the payment from Mobikwik's website or mobile app," BSES said in a statement. "BSES consumers residing in South, West, East and Central Delhi can get loyalty cash back of 10 percent, or up to Rs. 300 per month, every month till September 30th, 2018."

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This means, that over a 12-month period, "they can get a cashback of up to Rs, 3,600," the agency added. Around 40 lakh customers of both BSES discoms in the national capital - BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd (BRPL) and BSES Yamuna Power Ltd (BYPL) - are eligible for the offer and can make their payment through various options.

"To be eligible, they simply have to pay three consecutive BRPL/BYPL bills each quarter (one bill per month) through the Mobikwik platform. At the end of the month, they will get their cash voucher, which can be redeemed after the third bill payment," the statement added.

"Apart from e-wallets, consumers can pay their electricity bills conveniently at over 4,000 locations, through a wide spectrum of options, including BSES drop boxes, credit and debit cards, net banking, auto debit, neighbourhood Easy Bill, Money N Mobile and Oxigen outlets, ITZ Cash Cards, bill payment kiosks, cheque in mail facility and RTGS/NEFT through banks for key consumers," a BSES spokesperson said.

IANS



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