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آپ اپنے آئیسکو کا بجلی کا بل چیک کرنے کے لئے، فراہم کیے گئے خانہ میں اپنا 14-ڈیجیٹ ریفرنس نمبر ڈالیں اور “چیک بل” بٹن پر کلک کریں۔
How to Check IESCO Bill Online?
To view your IESCO bill online with billchecker.pk, simply enter your 14-digit reference number in the above field and click the “Check Bill” button. This will open a new tab where you can view your bill. To print your bill or save it as a PDF, click on the “Print Bill” button located at the top of the page.
IESCO Bill Check Karne Ka Tarika (آئیسکو آن لائن بل چیک کرنے کا طریقہ)
How can I Pay the IESCO Bill Online?
You can pay the IESCO bill through Jazzcash mobile application, Easypaisa mobile app, and any commercial bank. Or you can use a hard copy of your bill or print a duplicate bill from our website. You can then pay your bill at your nearest commercial bank branch, post office, or Easypaisa shop. So there are multiple IESCO Online Bill Payment options available.
If you want to get your bill through email instead of a paper copy, you can register for IESCO’s email service. Just provide your email address and reference number, and every month before the due date, you’ll receive your bill in your email inbox. If you prefer to receive your bill through SMS, you can visit the official IESCO website for more information.
What is a Consumer ID?
If you are a customer of IESCO, you will get a bill with a Consumer ID. This ID is a special number that helps you check your IESCO bill, even if you don’t have the 14-digit reference number. Your Consumer ID is a unique 10-digit number just for you, so remember to keep it safe for later use.
How do I find my 14-Digit IESCO reference number?
To find your 14-digit IESCO reference number, look at the top left corner of your IESCO bill (آئیسکو بل). It will be under the “Consumer ID” section and consists of 14 digits. Just check the screenshot below to see the highlighted box.
How to Register for a New IESCO Connection and Transfer Ownership?
To register for a new IESCO connection or transfer an existing one, you should consult the most recent guidelines provided on the IESCO website. If you have bought a house with an existing IESCO connection in the previous owner’s name and you want to change the name on the bill to your own, you will need to follow the same process as registering for a new connection. You can visit the nearest IESCO office to apply for a correction or change in the name.
To apply for a new electricity connection, follow these simple steps and provide the following documents:
- Choose the type of connection you need, like domestic, commercial, or industrial.
- Provide your National Tax Number (NTN), which is on your ID card.
- Select your electricity distribution company, such as IESCO.
- Show proof of ownership and submit an undertaking.
- If there are multiple owners, include a power of attorney.
- If you are a tenant, get a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the owner.
- Provide a copy of your ID card (CNIC) that has been attested.
- For single-phase connections, you don’t need to provide witness ID copies.
- Include a signed copy of the relevant tariff.
- Complete the application form and gather all the required documents.
- Submit your application and documents to the appropriate office.
- After verification, you will receive a demand notice.
- Visit the designated bank to pay the demand notice.
- Make a copy of the paid demand notice and submit it to the office.
- Once the paid demand notice is verified, your new electricity connection will be installed.
What is IESCO?
IESCO, stands for Islamabad Electric Supply Company, is a company that handles electricity in Islamabad and surrounding areas. It was established in 1998 and took over the responsibilities of the Islamabad Area Electricity Board. Its main job is to provide and sell electricity to about 3.2 million customers. The area it covers includes districts from Attock to Jhelum and from the Indus to the Neelum River in Kashmir. In total, it affects the lives of over 25 million people in these six districts.
History of IESCO
IESCO, which stands for Islamabad Electric Supply Company, has an interesting history. It started as the Area Electricity Board (AEB) Islamabad in 1981, which was one of eight AEBs created by changes to the WAPDA Act. Later, in 1998, IESCO became its own separate company under the Companies Ordinance 1984, as part of the Power Sector Restructuring Program.
The main goal of IESCO was to take over the properties, rights, and responsibilities of the Islamabad Area Electricity Board and expand its business. It officially became a registered company in April 1998 and started its operations in June of the same year.
Today, IESCO is in charge of distributing, supplying, and selling electricity in the area stretching from Attock to Jhelum and from the Indus River to the Neelum River in Kashmir. With around 3.2 million customers and a focus on sustainable practices, IESCO is a leading electricity company in the region.
IESCO Consumers & Aim:
IESCO serves a large number of consumers in the national region, covering various constituencies in Pakistan. Its main goal is to generate revenue for Pakistan while providing high-quality electricity and services to its customers.
As the only electric supply company in Pakistan with a presence in different states, IESCO enjoys a unique advantage in the market.
What are the areas served by IESCO?
IESCO provides its services in the following areas:
|Islamabad Division 1||Islamabad Division 2||Barakahu Division|
|Rawalpindi Circle||Rawat Division||Satellite Town Division|
|Taxila Division||Gujar Khan Division||Chakwal Division|
If you need assistance with your IESCO services, you can contact their helpline at 051-9252937, 9252938, or 9252939. Their office address is located at IESCO Head Office, St. 40, Sector G-7/4, Islamabad. You can also reach out to them via fax at 051-9252927. Don’t hesitate to contact IESCO if you have any concerns or questions about their services.
Official website: iesco.com.pk
IESCO Bill Taxes:
Below is a breakdown of the most common taxes you’ll see on your IESCO bill:
Fuel Price Adjustment (FPA): This is based on the cost of oil used to generate electricity. If there’s a fuel cost, it will be added to your bill.
Tariff Rationalization (TR) Surcharge: This is the difference between the electricity tariff set by NEPRA and the government (GOP). If the difference is positive, the GOP subsidizes it, but if it’s negative, the Distribution Company pays the GOP.
Finance Cost (FC) Surcharge: This charge covers the debt of the power holding company. Currently, it’s 43 paisa per unit.
Deferred Volume: This is the amount you’ve agreed to pay for the same month or in the future. There are no late payment fees, and it may appear as a full payment or as installments on your future bills.
Quarterly Tariff Adjustment/DMC: This is the annual adjustment to the tariff, and you’ll see it on your bill every few months.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about IESCO
|Slabs (Unit Rates)||Amount|
|1 x 11.74 = 9.42||9.42|
|Total Estimated Bill|