K-Electric Duplicate Bill Online

Your Latest K-electric Duplicate Bill Of ٘July 2022

To check your latest KE Bill,  you need the following four things

  1. Account Number of 13 digits, (Compulsory)
  2. Consumer Number of 08 digits (Optional),
  3. email (Optional) and
  4. Mobile Number (Optional)

You may check your latest K-electric Bill by pressing the following button;

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7.5% Tax on Electricity Bills Above Rs.25000/= On Non-Tax Filers.

If you are a non-tax filer then be alert for you. From first July 2021, the government of Pakistan imposed a 7.5% tax on electricity bills above Rs.25000/=. If your name is in the active taxpayer list of the Federal Board of Revenue FBR then update your record with K-Electric on the following link, so you may avail exemption from this tax;

https://www.ke.com.pk/customer-services/customerdetails/ 

Tax 7.5 per cent on nonfiler electricity bills Above Rs 25000 Sep 2021 K-electric Karachi Pakistan

K-Electric 8119 SMS Service

To provide instant services to its customers, K-Electric started 8119 SMS Service. After registration, customers can receive timely updates on any K-Electric developments in their area. They can use this SMS service to;

i- Inquire about the load shed schedule
ii- Technical faults report
iii- Billing inquiries
iv- Stay informed about planned/emergency outages

How to Register with SMS Service

For Registration – type REG (space) [your 13-digit A/C #(e.g. REG 0100087654321)] and send a message to 8119.
Shortly after submitting your request, you will receive a welcome note that confirms your registration with the K-Electric mobile service.

How to send SMS to 8119

For Technical Complain

Registered users: Type COMP and send a message to 8119.
Non-registered users: Type COMP (space)[your 13-digit A/C #(e.g. COMP 0100087654321)] and send the message to 8119.

To check Registered Accounts

Type ACCT and send a message to 8119

To check Load Shedding

Registered users: Type LS and send the message to 8119.
Non registered users: Type LS (space) [your 13 digit A/C #(e.g. LS 0100087654321)] and send message to 8119.

To check Your K-Electric Bill

Registered users: Type BILL and send a message to 8119.
Non-registered users: Type BILL (space)[your 13-digit A/C #(e.g. BILL 0100087654321)] and send the message to 8119.

How to De-Register?

For De-Registration – type UNREG (space)[your 13-digit A/C #(e.g. UNREG 0100087654321)] and send a message to 8119.

K-Electric KE WhatsApp (0348-0000118) Service:

WhatsApp is the most common mode of communication nowadays. Therefore, K-Electric lunch WhatsApp Service to remain connected with its customers 24/7.

Now the customer can conveniently:

1- Receive Duplicate Bill
2- Raise both Technical & Billing Complaints
3- Check the Power status
4- Download the Income Tax Certificate
5- Learn how to apply for a New Connection

To avail of the Whatsapp, facility add the following link to your WhatsApp contacts.

https://api.whatsapp.com/send/?phone=923480000118&text&app_absent=0

Short History of K-electric Company.

The British Government created Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) in 1913, under the Indian Companies Act 1882.

After independence in 1947, Karachi city very drastically expanded with respect to area and population. The infrastructure of KESC was not in a position to handle a sudden increase in electricity demand. Therefore, in 1952, the Government of Pakistan nationalized it and took control to inject a large investment into it.

The government of Pakistan constructed eight (8)  new electricity generating plants having a total capacity of 513 MV in the period from 1953 to 1980.

In 2005, the Government of Pakistan privatized it. The government retained 26% shares and transferred the remaining to a foreign consortium, so new owners invest in its infrastructure to improve its efficiency and electricity generating capacity.

In 2009, Abraaj Capital led by Arif Naqvi as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) took control of KESC.

In 1914, the KESC name was changed to K-electric. A new logo consisting of three feathers of orange, blue, and green colours, was also launched.

As of 2019, the Government of Pakistan owned 24.4% and the Abraaj Group and Aljomaih/NIG have 66.4% shares in K-electric.