So today, I was going to pay for my PHCN (NEPA) Bill offline, and guess what, more than 350 people are waiting to pay their bills! I was given the number 362, that means i need to wait for 361 people before it will get to my turn. Could you imagine standing on a queue that long?
Well, we are in the digital age, and was thinking out loud, Why can’t Nigeria improve? I cool off and then decided to pay my PHCN Bills online. If I can pay for my GOTV subscription online, then PHCN is piece of cake.
If you are a PHCN Customer and you are looking to pay your electricity bill without leaving the comfort of your house to face the long queue at the PHCN office or designated banks, online payment is what you need.
PHCN is the acronym of Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) Follow the steps below to pay your bills.
Before you can pay your PHCN bills online, you will need your Meter Number, if your house does not have it, then this is not for you.
Also, you will need the following;
– Debit card (Verve, Visa, Mastercard)
– Internet ready computer
– Quickteller account
How to Pay PHCN Bills Online on Quickteller- Step by Step
Step 1. Go to www.quickteller.com with your computer system
Step 2. When quickteller opens, register if you have not done so before.
Step 3. Scroll over to “Utility Bills”, Then click on PHCN Postpaid (ALL ZONES)
Step 4. Provide your meter number
– Enter your email address
– Enter your mobile phone
– And amount you want to pay
– Click On “Continue” where you will able to enter your
– Credit Card details
– Confirm the payment
Upon successful payment, your bank account will be debited while the bill will be paid. If it’s for prepaid meter, you will receive the meter token in your phone else your postpaid account will be automatically credited.
You will also receive an invoice in your email which contains the reference number for the transaction.
No more standing on the queue to pay your PHCN bills!