Confused by pre-paid electricity? Look no further for a good explanation.
PRE-PAID AND POST -PAID ELECTRICITY CHARGES
One unit consumed is the same as one kilowatt hour (KWH)
The longer version
Tariff A (Post-paid and Pre-paid)
The cost per electrical unit will increase when you move from one usage band into the next.
After having consumed your initial 100 free units and up until you reach 600 units you will pay
These prices include 15% Vat
Tariff B (Post-paid and Pre-paid)
The cost of electricity in tariff B does not increase with usage
You pay R1.91,81 (R1.92) per unit consumed for your metered consumption, regardless of the amount consumed
Additional Charge (Post-paid and Pre-paid)
Prepaid Meter Installations
There are two categories of pre-paid meters
Primary meters are installed at your electrical point of supply from the municipality.
Secondary meters are installed at the point of supply to a sub-distribution board that is fed from your main distribution board.
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