MEPCO Duplicate Bill Online

Type 14 Digit Reference No Without Space

Depositing electricity bill on time is a headache. Standing in long lines is a waste of precious time and embarrassment.In addition, most of the time, the bill is received one day before or last day of depositing the bill. In such a situation, submitting the bill makes a person anxious. But, now your worries are over. Now, you can get your MEPCO bill online from your mobile or computer in a few seconds and may print it too.

How To Take Print of MEPCO Duplicate Bill Online June 2020:

MEPCO Duplicate ONLINE BILL copy
MEPCO Duplicate ONLINE BILL

For checking your latest MEPCO Bill you need 14 digits “ Reference No ”. So keep it in your diary, mobile or computer from where you access it easily.

Following is the step by step procedure of checking and printing a copy of your bill.

1- Enter Reference No carefully without any space or gap

2- To avoid any mistake check Reference No again before pressing the “Generate” button.

3- If you have entered correct Reference No then PDF copy of your current bill will appear on the screen.

4- To get print of your MEPCO Duplicate Bill, set your printer and press “ Ctrl + P

You may check your PTCL Phone and PTCL EVO duplicate bill also.

History Of MEPCO

MEPCO stands for Multan Electric Power Company. It was established on 14 May 1998  as a public limited company. It has been set up over the area under the jurisdiction and electrification of former Multan Area Electricity Board (MAEB). MEPCO works in thirteen (13) districts of Southern Punjab i.e. Multan, Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, Dera Ghazi Khan, Sahiwal, Lodhran, Rahim Yar Khan, Khanewal, Pakpattan, Layyah, Pakpattan, Rajanpur and Vehari, which consists of 107 Provisional Assembly and 51 National Assembly constituencies.  Its operation area mostly consists of rural area, therefore, the majority of customers are domestic electricity users.

National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) granted a license to MEPCO to distribute electricity in thirteen (13) districts of Southern Punjab.

Its headquarter is situated in Multan.