Abuja Disco moves to phase out estimated billing with vending centres
The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) on Tuesday in Abuja launched its first prepaid meter-vending centre for public use in the purchase of energy credits, in its renewed drive to phase out estimated billing, improve quality service to its customers and beef up revenue generation. The company also said it would begin a roll out…
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