Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa | How to Pay Luku 2022

Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa | How to Pay Luku | jinsi ya kununua umeme wa luku kwa m pesa: It is now easier than ever to pay your electricity bill. To pay your electric bill in Tanzania you can choose from different payment method available including, through a mobile app, Sim Banking, Mobile Money e.g M-PESA etc. Thanks to technological advancement, we can now pay our bills just with few click on our mobile phone. However, there may be some people still struggle to pay Luku. If you are one of those people, don’t worry – we have got you covered. Here we’ll take you through on How to Pay Luku using M-PESA.

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Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa | How to Pay Luku

Fata Maelekezo Haya uweze Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa

  • Use your Mobile phone VODACOM subscription
  • Register for M-PESA account at any VODACOM branch.
  • Dial *150*00# and select the Pay bill
  • Enter the Business number (100300)
  • Enter the reference number (this is 11 digit LUKU meter number)
  • Enter the amount.
  • You will receive an SMS from M –PESA confirming the following information
    – Meter Number.
    – receipt number.
    – Electricity Unit Purchased.
    – Electricity token.
    – Confirm.
  • Enter your M-PESA Pin
  • There after you will receive confirmation message and Luku Taken as shown below.

Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa | How to Pay Luku

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About TANESCO: Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) is a Parastatal organization established by Memorandum and Articles of Association incorporated on 26th November 1931 which established Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (the then Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Limited -TANESCO).

The Company generates, purchases, transmits, distributes, and sells electricity to Tanzania Mainland and sells bulk power to the Zanzibar Electricity Corporation (ZECO), which in turn sells it to the public in islands Unguja and Pemba. TANESCO owns most of the electricity generating, transmitting, and distributing facilities in Tanzania Mainland with an estimated population of over 50 million.

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