114L digital transactions for PSPCL bill payment

114L digital transactions for PSPCL bill payment

Power consumers in Punjab are now adopting digital modes for the payment of their electricity bills, resulting in the collection of about Rs15,950-crore revenue from 114 lakh digital transactions from April 2020 to January 2021.

Patiala, February 21

Power consumers in Punjab are now adopting digital modes for the payment of their electricity bills, resulting in the collection of about Rs15,950-crore revenue from 114 lakh digital transactions from April 2020 to January 2021. This was stated by CMD of PSPCL A Venu Prasad.

Prasad said the digital payment system had led to a reduction in the rush at the cash counters. “This reveals confidence of consumers in the effective implementation and success story of the digital payment system of the corporation,” he added. — TNS

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