How to stop Airtel Constant Airtime/Credit Deduction
We all enjoy using Airtel, not just because they are the best, but because they wao their customers with mouthwatering deals from time to time and this has strengthened their subscriber-base.
They offer one of the best data services in the country and the moment at a relatively cheaper rate compare to MTN and 9mobile, much more several users have been applauding Airtel for their impeccable 4G services that give users a much more better internet surfing experience.
But sadly, this network can be disappointing most times, their deduct your airtime for some services you are 100% sure you did not subscribe for, many people out annoyance have thrown their Airtel SIM down the drain due to this act of cheating on the side of the network.
If you complain about it to their operatives they try to find their way around and defend that you must have subscribed at a time you did not remember; this can be very annoying.
But we decided to investigate the matter more and find a way around the issue, we put a call through to one of their customer care operative and she pointed that it is caused by a service called “Grooms” for “Men”.
If you have experienced this type of deductions there are chances that you are also subscribed to the same ridiculous shortcode service.
How to stop Airtel from Deducting your Credit
The first fix is the one suggested by the customer care, however, this may not work for everyone, they usually tell you to send “GROOM STOP” to 38043, but on some lines they stop the subscription for sometimes and in few weeks again it starts and all your airtime is gone before you could even use it.
If that doesn’t stop your woes from the network permanently, then you need to use this method, this is more like a wildcard method, it has to do with activating DND on your mobile.
DND means Do Not Disturb is a means of claiming and enjoying your 100% privacy as a network, you will not receive trash marketing SMS or shortcode services.
How to activate DND on Airtel
Simply send STOP to 2442 to stop all unsolicited SMS.
You are welcome to 85kobo.com; Nigeria’s finest Bulk SMS and Subscription payment platform. In this guide, we shall help you find out the simplest way you can use to recharge EEDC Prepaid meter online with no inconvenience.
EEDC stands for Enugu Electricity Distribution Company, the power holding DISCO in Charge of Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Imo State. Electricity Distribution Company is one of the eighteen firms that that emerges from the power sector reformation under the new Power Holding Company of Nigeria Plc.
Substantial amounts of Prepaid meters have already been circulated. Arguably, 5 out of every 10 houses in Nigeria uses a prepaid meter.
If your house uses a prepaid meter and you are under Enugu Electricity Distribution company EEDC- let me show you how to top up your prepaid meter anytime and from anywhere online. To perform the recharge you need to have data or internet access on your mobile or Laptop. If you don’t you can buy data here on 85kobo, we offer the cheapest in the country.
Once all is set, you are ready to recharge your prepaid meter from the comfort of your home or office, you need not visit the bank in long queues. Just follow the below steps to recharge your prepaid. Please note that this guide is particularly for users of Enugu Electricity Distribution Company plc (EEDC) prepaid meter, EEDC covers Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Imo State.
How to Recharge EEDC Prepaid meter online VIA Energy pay
1. Open your phone’s browser and type in EEDC website at www.enugudisco.com
2. Tap on Make Payment on the top right corner of the page you will be redirected to https://energypay.myeedc.com/ where you will make the payment
3. Proceed by supplying your EEDC Meter Number into the search box and click on search
4. On the next screen confirm you have supplied the correct EEDC account details and previous Arrears
5. Now, input the amount you want to top up on your meter, supply your phone number and your email, be sure you enter the correct details so you can receive your token immediately.
6. On the next screen, you will be able to make payment by supplying your debit card details and click on the on “Pay Now” button a
You will receive a One Time Password (OTP) from your bank to your mobile phone or email to confirm the transaction.
Enter your bank account card details.
New apartments and rental properties in urban are now using KPLC prepaid meters this points the reason You need to know how to pay KPLC bill via Mpesa paybill number, from the comfort of your office or home.
Follow the below steps to use the KPLC paybill number to top-up your KPLC prepaid electricity meter number:
How do I pay my prepaid electricity bill through MPESA?
- On your Safaricom menu, select M-PESA from the column
- Select Lipa na M-PESA, then click on Pay Bill.
- Please mind that the Pay bill number for KPLC prepaid meters is 888880.
- Enter in full your KPLC prepaid meter number
- Then enter the amount you want to pay, which cannot be less than 100 Kshs and not more than 35,000 Kshs. Once that’s done click OK
- You will be required by M-PESA to supply your M-Pesa PIN.
- Be sure to double check that you have supplied the correct information (the pay bill number and your Kenya Power account number) and the right amount.
- You will be sent a confirmation SMS into your mobile from M-PESA, standby as KPLC finalizes the transaction and send you your token which is usually a 20 digit code. Once you receive the code, take to your meter and supply the code and you will immediately be credited.
If you stumble on any issue in the process. Use the contact details below to reach KPLC customer care and tell them about what went wrong.
KPLC customer care contacts
KPLC Contact hotline numbers are 95551, 0703070707 and 0732170170 for service-related inquiries.
How do I pay my Ikeja electric bill online? Find out! Ikeja Electic is of the DISCOs in Nigeria overseeing a substantial part of Lagos-Ikeja and Environs.
This guide is about helping you to learn various ways you can use to make Ikeja Electric payment online without having to visit a bank premise.
There is a lot of stress that comes with going to the bank to perform transactions, not all transactions are meant to be done in the bank, visiting bank just to make payment for power is not worth all the stress that comes with it.
The advent of technology has made a lot of things easier including paying for utility bills, you can from your office or home pay for your power consumption, recharge your cable TV, like Startimes, GOTV, DSTV or even recharge your mobile online.
Now that PHCN has been privatized, Ikeja Electic Distribution Company(IKEDC) has simplified the methods in which users can pay their bills without having to sacrifice their convenience. They were proactive to define the pressure that will be on them If customers need to visit their office before they can make payment.
Coming back to the main issue, which is helping you uncover different methods you can use to pay your electricity bills online.
The first method is using Quickteller, Quickterller is an online payment service powered by Interswitch. To make payment for your power consumption on Quickteller all you need to do is get your Meter Number your debit card or ATM Card/ Verve card, make sure your computer or phone is connected to the internet.
How do I pay my Ikeja electric bill online?
Follow the Easy steps below to pay your bills:
- Once your computer comes up, connect to the internet and visit Ikeja Electricity Website Payment portal: http://www.ie-payments.com/
- Select your Payment Method as shown on the screen, there are two methods (Prepaid or Postpaid) depending on your consumption mode,
- Once you have selected the one applicable to you, Select your payment method (Debit Card/ATM Card)
- Next, supply your Customer/Account/Meter Number
- Put in the amount you want to top up or pay
- Supply your email address (make sure that email is valid and typed correctly as your PIN or Credit Token would be sent into the email you supply)
- Put in your mobile number correctly
- Then Click submit’ button.
- Once submitted, you will be able to confirm on the next screen if you have supplied the correct details.
- Next, you will see a Quickteller payment interface where you will be expected to fill in your ATM card details so you can be debited for your top up.
- Fill accordingly and make your payment. Your PIN or Credit Token will be sent to you as Email immediately payment once payment is completed.
If you encounter any issue in the process put a call through to Ikeja Electric on these numbers:
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How to pay your PHED Bill Online
Paying your PHED electricity bill takes a few easy steps
Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED) is one of Nigeria’s major electricity distribution outlets that oversees the distribution of power in Rivers, Cross River, Akwa-Ibom and Bayelsa.
You can easily pay your PHED bills online using Jumia One mobile app on your Android device. It is a convenient way to pay your PHED electricity bill anytime and anywhere.
Without leaving your current location nor having to visit a physical address and waiting in endless queues; you can easily pay your electricity bills in a few clicks.
One interesting thing about the platform is that it will save you money as you use the app. they don’t charge you for using the services but will save you cost by giving you back #100 back for each time.
How to use Jumia one to pay your PHED electricity Bill
You need to create an account on the platform with your email address and password
- Login to your account area
- In the service menu. select ‘electricity’
- Choose your contract type; prepaid or postpaid is not yet available for PHED
- Choose Port Harcourt as your location
- Enter your meter number and the amount you wish to top-up
- Complete the payment with your debit card or your bank account.
Please note that the Guide is only applicable to prepaid Users.
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