How To Pay Online Electricity Bill In Nepal?

Starting June 2, 2017, you can pay your electricity bill (Bijuli in Nepali) through eSewa for free.

In Nepal, how can I check my electricity bill online?

Coronavirus infection is becoming more common by the day. During these times, you will only want to get into close physical touch with those you trust to be healthy. As a result, areas like billing counters, where there are long lines of people, are the worst places to visit.

If you need to check your bills but don’t want to risk contracting the coronavirus, you can do so from the comfort of your own home. This will not only save you time spent traveling to and waiting in lines at billing stations, but it will also allow you to check and pay bills on the go, anywhere and whenever you want. You may check utility bills online in a variety of ways.


Unlike other bills, such as TV or internet, which charge you a fixed sum every month, you cannot guess and pay your electricity bills because you pay based on the amount you use. However, you can check your electricity bills by visiting the Nepal Electricity Authority’s official website.

You will be taken to another page if you click on a bright red box in the centre of the screen labeled ‘bill payment enquiry.’

Then it’s just a matter of filling out some forms and receiving your bill. You will need to input your billing address, SCNo., consumer ID, and bill period. Then click ‘create,’ which will take you to a screen where you can see all of your billed amounts and dates.

Following the shutdown, the NEA released a new website that allowed customers to adjust their own meter readings. On the website, click the Self Meter Reading tab, which will take you to a separate page. First, create an account with your name, email, phone number, and password. Then, after filling out the form with all of your information, click ‘check’ to adjust your monthly charge. It will be open for a week following your meter reading. You can then proceed to pay using online payment gateways.

Nepal Telecom

All you have to do to pay your Nepal Telecom bill is go to their website. You will be directed to a page where you must enter your service name (GSM, CDMA, etc). Then, for payment, enter your month and phone number. For PSTN phones, enter your PUK number or A/C number, then click ‘check bill.’ Then you’ll have all the information you need to figure out how much money you’ll need to pay the bill.


Similarly, with Vianet, go to the company’s website and log in with the username and password that the company provides. Check your unpaid invoices from the list of bills, which will show you all of your unpaid service bills.


Landline bills, like energy bills, are calculated depending on usage rather than being fixed. But don’t worry, checking your landline bill is simple. All you have to do is send an SMS to 1415 with the text CB*phone number (which should include the area code with a 0). The bill will then be sent to you through SMS from the NTC. You can also check your landline bills directly from the landline (which is called PSTN bill system).

You must dial 1606 from your landline phone and, after several announcements, press 1 or 2 to select your preferred language; press 1 again to obtain the bill amount; and press 1 again to obtain the balance you racked up in a specific month. You can also learn about your total pending bills by pressing 2 on your phone set, skipping the lengthy process.


There is no official website that allows you to pay your water bills.

Using e-wallet platforms, however, you may readily monitor your bills. All you need is a Khalti or e-Sewa account to participate. To begin, open the app or go to the website’s ‘Khanepani bill payment section.’ Following that, you must choose a counter for your location. After you’ve chosen the appropriate counter, you’ll need to input your customer ID. You have the option of paying the bill for the current month or for the entire year. Then press the’search’ button. After that, you’ll be given an estimate of how much you’ll have to pay and can complete the transaction.

Unlike most of the utility bills described above, paying TV bills is a little more challenging because each TV service provider has its own website where you may check and pay your bills. You can also pay your bills via services like e-Sewa or Khalti. Paying your bills with e-Sewa and Khalti is quick and easy because you don’t have to look for your TV provider’s official website. Because most utility bills can be paid through the same portal, the utility bill payment process will be simple.

To use such systems, go to either Khalti’s website or app, or e-website Sewa’s or app. Then, under ‘TV payment,’ select your provider. Enter your customer ID and click ‘continue’ after selecting your TV provider. The billed amount will be displayed, and you will have the option to pay now or at a later time.

In Nepal, how can I find out my customer ID for my electricity bill?

  • When you search for power, choose Nepal Electricity Authority, which will take you to the NEA payment page.
  • Fill in the details as instructed above, and your bill will be generated.

In Nepal, which method of internet payment is the most convenient?

What are the finest suppliers of online payment services in Nepal? In Nepal, there are approximately 10 reputable online payment service providers, with Esewa, Khalti, I- or Epay, IME Pay, Nabil or Himalayan bank, and Qpay being among the most well-known.

How can I find out who my electricity bill’s customer ID is?

On your electricity bill, you can easily find your customer number. You may look it up on any of your past or current bills. To find your consumer number on your Paytm electricity bill, follow these simple steps:

  • To see your Consumer Number on your electricity statement, click on ‘View Sample Bill.’

You can check the amount of your power bill using the consumer number, or you can download a duplicate copy of your copy. Your customer number will be saved in the application once you have paid your power bill through Paytm, making it easy for you to check your bill amount and pay your bills in the future.

What is the best way to check my electricity bill online?

Even though Paytm makes checking your power bill amount very straightforward and quick, if you still want to, you may view your bill online at the official website of your electricity board, such as SBPDCL, TSSPDCL, UPPCL, TNEB, APSPDCL, and so on.

Please keep in mind that the procedure of paying your power bill varies from one electricity board to the next, however there are a few key processes that all electricity boards follow:

This way of paying your electricity bill may be more complicated than the Paytm option. It is so because you must check in to the electrical board’s official website and request extra information in addition to the customer identification number.


Checking the amount of an electricity bill or viewing a sample electricity bill online is a very straightforward and quick operation. You can check it instantaneously on Paytm or by going to the power board’s official website and logging in to their portal, filling out the form to view the bill and submitting it.

Paytm simply requires your customer identification number, which can be found on any of your past bills, to check the amount of your electricity bill. You may discover the location of your customer identity bill on your electricity bills by looking at a sample bill on Paytm.