Check QESCO Online Bill
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آپ اپنے کیوسکو کے آن لائن الیکٹرک بل کی جانچ پڑتال کرنے کے لئے، فراہم کیے گئے خانہ میں اپنا 14-ڈیجیٹ ریفرنس نمبر ڈالیں اور “چیک بل” بٹن پر کلک کریں۔
How to check your QESCO online bill?
To check your latest QESCO online bill or QESCO duplicate bill (کیسکو بل), simply enter your 14-digit reference number in the space provided and click on the “check bill” button. This will display your complete QESCO online bill details, including the payment due amount and deadline. You can also print or download a duplicate bill in PDF format for your record keeping convenience. With billchecker.pk, an online bill checking platform, managing your QESCO online bill payments has never been easier.
What is QESCO?
QESCO, or Quetta Electric Supply Company (کوئٹہ الیکٹرک سپلائی کمپنی), operates as a power distribution company in Balochistan, covering 43% of Pakistan’s area. It is responsible for supplying power to the entire Balochistan region except for Lasbela district.
It started operating on July 1, 1998, following the corporate conversion and commercialization of WAPDA. QESCO took over the management of WAPDA’s (واپڈا) assets and liabilities, after the reorganization of the former Energy District Board into a corporation. Currently, the Ministry of Water and Power of the Government of Pakistan administers QESCO.
Despite having the smallest number of consumers, QESCO is under immense pressure due to a high demand for power from agricultural consumers who account for 70-80% of the demand.
The system is currently facing low voltage issues due to the long distances from generating sources and the availability of a single 220 KV source from Guddu. The peak demand for power is expected to reach 1659 MW by 2015 with an 8% annual growth rate. To address this issue, two 2×220 KV transmission lines have been approved for funding at a cost of Rs 5.437 and 5.089 billion, respectively. The safe drawl of power is currently 721 MW, but with the commissioning of these sources, an additional 600-700 MW of power will be made available for the province, thus alleviating the low voltage profile issues.
QESCO is transitioning from a public to a private organization, and measures are being taken to improve load management, including plans for rental power houses in Quetta, Sibi, and Khuzdar. These measures will help eliminate the low voltage profile problems that are prevalent throughout the region.
What are the requirements for checking QESCO bills online?
To check your QESCO bill online (واپڈا کا بجلی کا بل), you will need the reference number located on the top right corner of your bill. The reference number consists of 14 digits, with the first two digits representing the batch number, the next four digits indicating the subdivision, and the remaining seven digits indicating the account number assigned by QESCO.
To view your QESCO online bill, visit https://billchecker.pk/qesco-online-bill/ and enter your 14-digit reference number. Once you’ve accessed your bill, you can either print a duplicate copy or save it as a PDF for your records.
By following these simple instructions, you can easily check your QESCO bill online without any extra hassle.
QESCO Complaint Phone Number
To register your complaint against any issue related to QESCO, you can call the QESCO complaint phone number 118. This helpline is available 24/7, and you can speak to a representative who will guide you through the complaint registration process.
QESCO SMS Complaint Number
Alternatively, you can register your complaint against QESCO by sending an SMS to their dedicated SMS complaint number, 8118. Simply type your complaint in the message box and send it to 8118. You will receive an automated response confirming the receipt of your complaint.
Districts Under QESCO Jurisdiction
QESCO provides electricity to several districts in Balochistan, Pakistan. These districts include Awaran, Barkhan, Bolan, Chaghi, Deraa Bugatti, Gwadar, Jafarabad, Jhal Magsi, Kalat, Kech, Kharan, Khuzdar, Kohlu, Loralai, Mustang, Mushkhel, Naseer Abad, Nushki, Panjgur, Pishin, Qilla Abdullah, Qila Saifullah, Quetta, Sibi, Zhob, Ziarat, and Sherani.