If you want to find out the MEPCO Duplicate Bill Online and you are a customer of MEPCO, you are in the right place. And you can easily find out the MEPCO duplicate bills. And you can quickly deposit the electricity bills on time is a very tough job.
Standing in a long line is an entire waste of time and embarrassment. Often the bill is received just by the one day before or the last day of the depositing date of the bill. So, this situation makes a person anxious.
But now your worries are over to get your Multan Electric Power Company MEPCO bill online from your mobile or the computer in a few seconds, and you can easily print it too.
How you can Take Print of Multan Electric Power Company MEPCO Duplicate Bill Online 2022
To check the new MEPCO Bill, you will need a 14 digits Reference No. You can keep it in your diary, computer, or mobile phone from where you can access it easily.
- Now showing you a step-by-step procedure for checking the bill and printing and copying your bill.
- Firstly, you can enter the Reference No carefully without any mistakes or gaps.
- Then again, you can check the mistake before pressing the Generate button.
- You can enter the correct Reference no, and a PDF copy of your current bill will appear on the screen.
- To print the MEPCO Duplicate Bill, you must set your print and then click on the keys Ctrl + P, and you can check your PTCL Phone and the PTCL EVO duplicate bill.
For any kind of complaint regarding un-scheduled Loadshedding, Shutdown so, you will complain to the following numbers. These are the Power Control Centre Multan.
· 061-9210389 and
History of MEPCO
The MEPCO stands for the Multan Electric Power Company. This company was established on 14 May 1998 as a public limited company. This company has been set up over the area under the electrification and the jurisdiction of the former Multan Area Electricity Board.
MEPCO works in the 13 districts of southern Punjab, for example, Multan, Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, Dera Ghazi Khan, Sahiwal, Lodhran, Rahim Yar Khan, Khanewal, Pakpattan, Layyah, Pakpattan, Rajanpur, and Vehari. The area under the MEPCO has 107 provisional assemblies and 51 National Assembly constituencies. The operation area consists of rural areas, so therefore most of the customers are domestic electricity users.
The MEPCO is working on the region touches and the boundary of three provinces, example, QESCO (Quetta Electric Power Company), HESCO (Hyderabad Electric Supply Company), LESCO (Lahore Electric Supply Company), FESCO (Faisalabad Electric Supply Company), and PESCO (Peshawar Electric Supply Company) and the border of our eastern neighbor India at Machina bad.
National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) granted a license to MEPCO to distribute electricity for thirteen (13) districts of Southern Punjab.