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Stay Connected With Ease: Adani Electricity App Brings You Fast, Hassle-free New Meter Connections With Instant Bill Payment Options

To access the Adani Electricity App, you can download it from either the Play Store or the App Store. It requires an existing Adani Electricity connection for use.

Edited By : simran rajpal | Updated: May 16, 2024 09:36 IST
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Many years ago, Gautam Adani entered the electricity supply sector. Now, Adani Electricity provides electricity in Mumbai. If you are a resident of Mumbai and searching for an app to pay your electricity bill, we will introduce you to a new app called Adani Electricity.

You can download the Adani Electricity App from the Play Store or App Store. To use this app, you need to have an Adani Electricity connection. Firstly, you need to register by providing your meter number and register number. An OTP will be sent to your mobile, and after this step, you can utilize the app for various tasks such as paying electricity bills and filing complaints easily.

This app is accessible to everyone. Since Adani Group provides electricity in Mumbai, residents can conveniently use this app to pay their bills. Additionally, this app allows users to report electricity-related issues. It also offers the option for fast bill payments and facilitates registration processes.

The Adani Electricity App also allows you to request a new meter connection. Upon opening the app, you will find the option to apply for a new meter. You need to log in and select the “Apply new connection” option. Subsequently, a form will appear that requires careful completion. Once the form is filled, your request process will commence, and you will receive timely updates regarding its progress.

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First published on: May 16, 2024 09:36 AM IST

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