Airtel Money has partnered with the Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) to allow customers to pay electricity bills with no transaction fees. The cost-saving initiative aims to provide financial relief during tough economic times.
According to a June 14th 2023 press statement, the collaboration enables prepaid and postpaid KPLC customers to pay bills seamlessly via Airtel Money. Users simply dial *334# and follow the prompts to make zero-fee payments.
Affordable Solutions to Help Kenyans Save
With rising costs across Kenya, Airtel Money is focused on affordable solutions to help consumers save money. Removing fees for a vital utility payment provides significant savings over time.
The partnership aligns with Airtel’s commitment to offering highly affordable services and enhancing customer satisfaction. Customers can utilize the funds previously spent on fees for other daily needs.
To make electricity bills on Airtel Money at zero transaction costs, follow the steps below:
- Dial *334#
- Select option 6, Paybill & Till Payments
- Choose option 4, Airtel PayBill
- Select option 2, KPLC.
- Choose either Postpaid or Prepaid option.
- Enter your reference number (Meter Number)
- Input your Airtel Money PIN
Seamless KPLC Bill Payments via Mobile
The KPLC bill payment experience via Airtel Money is designed to be quick and convenient. Customers can easily pay from anywhere via mobile without visiting a physical center.
This provides a streamlined payment option for the 8.2 million KPLC customers across Kenya. Along with eliminating fees, the process is simplified.
Users only need their meter number and Airtel Money PIN to complete electricity bill payments through the mobile channel.
Ongoing Innovations to Empower Consumers
Airtel Money continues to roll out innovative digital solutions aimed at financial empowerment and inclusion for Kenyans.
The KPLC bill partnership provides smartphone and feature phone users with an easy way to manage this essential utility payment. Cost savings translate into real economic benefits.
As Airtel emphasizes imagination in its press release, the company envisions a future where all Kenyans have access to affordable mobile financial services that enhance daily life. The KPLC bill pay collaboration represents one step in that direction.