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In this post, I am going to show you how to recharge a PHED prepaid meter online in simple steps.
What is a PHED prepaid meter?
A PHED prepaid meter is an electricity prepaid meter which receives electric power from the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company.
PHED is an acronym for the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company. They are one of the electricity distribution companies in Nigeria that serve power to 4 Nigerian states which are Rivers, Bayelsa, Cross River, and Akwa Ibom. Although it first operated as a government-owned enterprise, before being privatized in 2013. Presently, PHED is owned by 4 Power Consortium Ltd, and it is headquartered at 1 Moscow Road in Old GRA, Rivers State.
Recharging your PHED prepaid meter online is much easier than you think. You do not even need a bank app or any special app to generate a token online so as to recharge your electricity meter.
Basic requirements to generate electricity token online
- An internet-enabled device such as a mobile phone or PC.
- Meter number (usually written on the body of the meter)
- Phone number (The token is sent to this number)
- Email address
- Master/Visa card (for online payment)
If you have all these handy, you are good to go. So, let’s proceed to how to recharge a PHED prepaid meter online
How to recharge a PHED prepaid meter online
- Go to your browser and enter www.nepa.ng
- Click on (PHED)Port Harcourt Electricity Company prepaid.
- Enter your meter number correctly
- Input your phone number and email address
- Fill in your Mastercard/Visa card details appropriately in the box provided.
- Enter the worth of electricity unit you want to buy in naira
- Confirm your order summary
- Within a few seconds, a token is generated and sent to your mobile number.
- Enter this token correctly on your prepaid meter, then you have prepaid meter credited automatically.
It is a seamless process that saves you time, energy and cost of transporting yourself to the PHED office.
Do you want to recharge another prepaid meter other than PHED? You can quickly find out to do that here.