Bill Shock? How to check if Meralco made an error on your May 2020 Bill (Covid-19)

Shocked by your current Meralco electricity bill? Us too.

With Covid-19 outbreak, the last two previous Meralco bills (March & April 2020) we were told that it was generated based 3 month’s electricity consumption average before that billing period. This meant that March & April bills did not reflect the increased consumption of the household with everyone at home 24/7 and the effects of summer heat as well. With Meralco staff now reading the electric meters for May 2020 bill, it is expected that it will reflect the actual electricity consumption for the month of May, as well as the consumptions that were not charged for the previous two months.

Find out how you can check and compute the electricity consumption of your household and see if you’re overcharged by Meralco.


Check for Meter Reading Error

If you already have your May 2020 bill, go to the back page and search for the Pres Rdg (Present Reading) under Metering Information.

Note this number. We shall refer to this as May 2020 Bill Reading.

Check your electric meter and note the current reading. We shall refer to this as Current Reading.

Current Reading is in the Red Box

If the Current Reading is greater than the May 2020 Bill Reading, then Meralco did not make any mistake in your meter reading and computing your bill. In fact the difference is what you already consumed from the time Meralco read up to the time that you checked your meter.

If the Current Reading is less than the May 2020 Bill Reading, then Meralco overcharged you. Contact Meralco and tell them that your Current Reading is less than the meter reading in your May 2020 bill.

Better if you take a picture of your bill showing the Pres Rdg and your meter showing the current reading (in one photo) and send it to [email protected]

To know more how your electricity bill was computed, read the Estimating how much your May 2020 Electricity Bill section of this post.

Example: Correct meter reading

May 2020 Bill Reading828 kWh
Current Reading1,000 kWh

828kWh < 1,000 kWh, therefore Meralco made the correct meter reading. And you have already consumed the difference (172 kWh) from the time Meralco read your meter to the time you read your meter.

Example: Overcharged meter reading

May 2020 Bill Reading828 kWh
Current Reading700 kWh

828 kWh > 700 kWh, therefore Meralco overcharged 128 kWh in your bill.


Estimating how much your May 2020 Electricity Bill

If you have not yet received your May 2020 bill (just like me) we can check how much electricity you have already consumed and estimate how much you will have to pay.

I am stressing out that this is only an ESTIMATE and will not be your actual bill. If Meralco still has not read your meter yet most likely if you do the steps below the Pres Rdg on your bill will be higher.

1. Get the Pres Rdg of the February 2020 bill.

We shall refer to this as February Bill Reading.

February 2020 Pres Rdg

2. Get the Total KWH of the March 2020 bill

This is located in the front page of your bill.

We shall refer to this as March Bill Consumption.

Note: We have Applied Credits for this bill that is why Total current amount is lower than usual.

You can also find this on the Metering Information on the back of your bill.

Notice that the Prev Rdg (Previous Reading) and the Pres Rdg (Present Reading) are blank. This is because March 2020 and April 2020 bills are averaged from the last 3 month Total KWH.

3. Get the Total KWH of the April 2020 bill

We shall refer to this as April Bill Consumption.

4. Get the Current Meter Reading

We shall refer to this as May Current Meter Reading.

May 19, 2020 Current Meter Reading.

Note: Next meter reading is on May 24, 2020

5. Compute estimated KWH the May 2020 bill will use

Here are my numbers so far.

(A) February Bill Reading828 kWh
(B) March Bill Consumption111 kWh
(C) April Bill Consumption128 kWh
(D) May Current Meter Reading1627 kWh

Formula for kWh consumption from February 2020 (A) to May 2020 (D) Current Meter Reading.

D - A = Feb to May kWh Consumption (E)

1627 - 828 = 799 kWh (E)

We then remove the March 2020 (B) and April 2020 (C) Bill Consumptions since this has already been charged.

E - B - C = May 2020 Estimated Bill Consumption (F)

799 - 111 - 128 = 560 kWh (F)

6. Compute estimate on how much May 2020 bill will be

From the April 2020 bill we can compute for the estimated average price per kWh.

Total current amount / Total KWH = Estimated Average Price per kWh (G)

₱1160.17 / 128 kWh = ₱9.0638 / kWh (G)**

Then we can compute for the estimated bill of my current consumption for May 2020.

F * G = Estimated Bill May 2020 from Current Meter Reading (H)

560 kWh * ₱9.0638/kWh = ₱5,075.73 (H)

Now that we have computed everything, let’s put it on a table along with my past bills to make it easy to understand.

DescriptionConsumption (kWh)Bill Amount (₱)
Dec 2019 Bill92737.68
Jan 2020 Bill98750.76
Feb 2020 Bill1671,484.03
Mar 2020 Bill*111997.67
Apr 2020 Bill*1281160.17
May 2020 Estimated Bill5605,075.73
* Average of the previous 3 months consumption

I read the electric meter on May 19 and there is still 5 days to go before Meralco reads our meter (May 24), so I am expecting that my REAL May 2020 Bill will be greater than the May 2020 Estimated Bill here.

I just experienced pre-bill shock. At least I get to practice being shocked before my bill arrives.

Will update this post once the real May 2020 Bill arrives.

** This is an oversimplification of the price per kWh, but enough to give you an idea on how big your bill will be. A lot of factors affect the price of electricity, there are fixed monthly charges and kWh consumption based charges. Meralco also announced a reduction in the rates this May.


Why is the kWh consumption so high in May 2020 Bill?

You might have noticed from the computation we made above that we are mostly dealing with meter reading or the electricity consumption (kWh). The increase in your bill is not because the price of what Meralco charges has gone up but due to increase in our electricity consumption plus March and April bills were under billed due to the 3 month average rule.

We were under billed last March and April 2020 due to the 3 month average consumption rule.

To give you an example, my wife and I are both work-from-home even before COVID-19 happened, actually for more than 5 years now.

The statement that we stayed more at home due to the Enhance Community Quarantine (ECQ) does not apply to us. We are always at home.

We bought an aircon in late January 2020, that is why there is a spike in kWh consumption on February. Let us just say we stress tested the new aircon (16 °C settings around 8 hours per night).

March (111 kWh) and April (128 kWh) bill went down due to Meralco implementing the average of previous 3 months consumption. December 2019 and January 2020 was considered on the average, this was when we still did not have an aircon.

In reality our electricity consumption on March and April went higher due to summer heat and humidity. Our aircon was running almost 24 hours. Let us also include our electric fans running for almost 24 hours. As of this writing it almost still is.

March (111 kWh) and April (128 kWh) meter readings should be much much higher than the February meter reading (167 kWh).

In short, we were under billed last March and April due to the 3 month average consumption rule. And we have to pay the electricity we used that was not charged last March and April this May 2020.

We already used the service so we will need to pay for it. I can only point the blame to my wife ourselves for having a huge kWh consumption.

This coming May 2020 bill will surely make a dent to our monthly budget even if made sure to pay all our Meralco bills before their due date. We have not experienced having arrears due to Meralco. My wife and I will try to pay this in full.

You may also check how much your daily average electricity here.


Other Scenarios

What if you were in the house on December 2019, January 2020 and February 2020 and left your house before ECQ came?

I think you will fall under the Meralco’s Understanding your Bill Section 3. It is still best if you contact Meralco for questions.

If you still get a bill shock this May and no one was using your house, then check your meter reading. If the meter reading in your bill is correct, you should report this to Meralco to investigate what happened why electricity was running in your house when lights and appliances were off.


Author’s Notes

You can read more about May 2020 Bill Shock on the following Meralco Links

Update May 24, 2020: Meralco now offers monthly installment for bills due from March 1 to May 31, 2020.

From Meralco Facebook post.

I think we are not covered with this installment plan since our Meter Reading date is on the 24th of the month and our usual due date is the 2nd of the next month. So when we receive our bill for May, the due date will be around June 2, 2020.

Meralco does not provide the breakdown of the day to day kWh consumption. This is due to the Type of Meter that Meralco uses, it does not store day-to-day consumption data. Unless, the meters can now do this.

They have a type of service called Peak, Off-Peak (PoP) where the price of electricity during the day and the night is different. I am not sure if you are availing this you can get a breakdown of your daily usage.

If you are a geek who has a thing for detailed electricity consumption, you might want to check WattSmart.

I am not an employee of Meralco nor am I paid to write this. I just want people to understand how their bill is computed and to check first the truth before getting angry at their service provider.


P. S.

I already estimated my coming bill and I am still shocked.

If you have questions, comments or spotted an error on the above let me know on the comments below.

50 thoughts on “Bill Shock? How to check if Meralco made an error on your May 2020 Bill (Covid-19)”

  1. Something’s wrong with the formula
    E-B-C
    Why would you minus B and C (both in kWh) from E (which doesn’t have the same unit as kWh)

  2. Hi. Tanong lang po paano po kaya kung bayad na po kame ng March and April Bill?
    Sana po masagot nyo din po ako. thanks po.

      1. Hi maam/sir.Tinary ko po kase yung Formula. may question lang po ako baket po un kwh po namen ay naka multiply 573kwh lang yung compute ko pero bill namen4,085.53
        Sobra po laki ng MAY bill ko.
        Pede po b malaman kung paano tumaas ang bill po namen ng ganito, kahit bayad naman po kame ng March and April Bill.salamat po

  3. Isa sa dahilan ng increase ay ang pag pagdoble sa DISTRIBUTION CHARGE. SA February bill nila ay base price sa DISTRIBUTION CHARGE ay 1.0012, samantalang sa May bill nila is 2.1387. Halimbawa ang konsumo mo ng koryente ay nasa 100 KWH, magbabayad ka ng P100.12(base sa price na 1.0012) at P213.87(base sa ptice na 2.1387). Eto yung napansin ko kaya lumaki rin yung May bill .

  4. Isa sa dahilan ng increase ay ang pag pagdoble sa DISTRIBUTION CHARGE. SA February bill nila ay base price sa DISTRIBUTION CHARGE ay 1.0012, samantalang sa May bill nila is 2.1387. Halimbawa ang konsumo mo ng koryente ay nasa 100 KWH, magbabayad ka ng P100.12(base sa price na 1.0012) at P213.87(base sa ptice na 2.1387). Eto yung napansin ko kaya lumaki rin yung May bill .

  5. Hi author, thank you for a very helpful and educational post. I have a question though, in my May 2020 bill that I received, is the previous reading there equivalent to the present reading of the Feb 2020 bill since no readings were conducted in March and April? I want to check my May 2020 bill since it is more than twice my average monthly bill, following your calculation I can’t see my Feb 2020 bill Present reading since I cannot find my bill for that period.

    Description Prev Rdg Pres Rdg Consumption
    Dec 2019 Bill 218 kWh
    Jan 2020 Bill 200 kWh
    Feb 2020 Bill 206 kWh
    Mar 2020 Bill *197 kWh
    Apr 2020 Bill *208 kWh
    May 2020 Bill 1658 2146 488 kWh

    I also checked my meter reading today (28th of May) and read it as 2176. In my May 2020 Bill, meter reading date is 25th of May so that means I used 30 kWh for 3 days, correct?

    Can you check if something is wrong here? Would appreciate your help since Meralco doesn’t reply to my inquiries. Thanks a lot!

      1. Hi Royce, no worries. I understood your data.

        If you have access to your Meralco account via the Meralco App you can access your Feb 2020 bill. Scroll down to the 2nd page and you will see the Pres Rdg.

        If there is no way to see the Feb 2020 bill then we can compute for your Feb 2020 Pres Rdg.

        Formula is

        May 2020 Prev RdgApr 2020 kWhMar 2020 KWh = Feb 2020 Pres Rdg

        1658 – 208 – 197 = 1253 kWh (Feb 2020 Pres Rdg)

        So far based on what you showed Meralco used the correct readings.

        You are correct, you have already used 30kWh in 3 days. You can further extend the computation to see your forecasted consumption for next month’s bill here.

  6. Hi, thank you for this article. Sobrang helpful and educational. Dahil dito, natuto akong magbasa ng metro na hindi digital. And yes, nakaka-shock yung May 2020 bill.

  7. thank you for this post, really helpful.
    I checked my bills (mostly online) and I have a Prev and Pres reading for March. Nung April lang siya nag blank… does this mean anything? i haven’t seen the meter reading now, will it matter that it’s just now that I’m checking my present reading? I’ve received my bill 2 weeks ago, and was shocked kaya I Searched online for possible help and answer and thankfully i saw your post.
    Thank you and I hope you can shed some light to my inquiry. i did try calling Meralco but to no avail as of the moment. 😔😢

    1. Hi Carolina,

      Here are the dates to consider

      March 17, 2020 – Meralco stopped Meter Reading on this date
      May 6, 2020 – Meralco started Meter Reading on this date for Residential customers

      If you have a March Bill that has a Prev and Pres Reading and already received your May Bill, that means your Meter Reading Date should be around the day 6 up to day 16 of each month.

      What this means is your April Bill Consumption was the only one subjected to the previous 3 month average consumption. Your March bill was based on actual meter reading.

      You can still use the Check for Meter Reading Error section of the post above.

      For the estimating section, you will be using the March Bill Pres Rdg instead of February.

      P. S. Yours is a special case, same with the other residential customers with Meter Reading Dates from March 6 to March 16. 🙂

      1. Hi what if nakapag settle na kami ng payment for march and april bill and we expected May bill pero under ng bill shock. From regular 1,600 to 3,500.. need ba namin bayaran kahit wala naman kaming previous bill? Thanks.

  8. Hello po may question lang po ako baket po un kwh po namen ay naka multiply s 2.0 kaya kung 529 ang total kwh 529×2.0 = 1058
    Sobra po laki ng may bill ko total is 22,519.56
    Pede po b malaman kung paano tumaas ang bill po namen ng ganito salamat po

    1. Hi Elizabeth,

      Iba po yung type of meter ninyo at kailangan po imultply by 2 ang nababasa sa metro.

      Dun naman po sa kung bakit tumaas yung konsumo ninyo… Hindi ko po talaga alam ang reason sa pagtaas ng konsumo ninyo sa kuryente.

      Pwede po mas-hirap magpalamig ang aircon dahil tag-init. Mas-hirap ang aircon masmalakas kumain ng kuryente ito. Ganon din po sa ref.

      Baka masmadalas niyo po buksan ang aircon at electric fan dahil sa init.

      Or masmadalas kayong nagluluto at nagbbake gamit ang induction cooker, electric stove, turbo, convection oven, air fryer o anumang cooking appliance na kumakain ng kuryente para gumana.

      Iba-iba po talaga ang rason. Yung sa amin ay nasa post na po.

      Better po na contact niyo po ang Meralco.

    2. Hi. Pakicheck po ang meter nyo kung ang multiplier ay (x2). Meron pong nakalagay sa baba ng meter number. Ibig sabihin, maaring ang 1 revolution ng reading na may multiplier 1 ay katumbas po ng 2 ikot ng dials ng metro nyo.
      Hindi po ang kWh nyo ang x2 kundi ang kW or reading.

  9. Dapat yung March and April, inawas dun sa latest billing ng May kung estimated naman pala isisingil sa aming comsumer. So ibig sabihin po, walang saysay yung March and April na binayaran namin kasi nga estimated? Kaya lumaki yung bill namin sa 6k (March + April + May)?

    1. Hi Mike,

      Yung ginawa po ng Meralco ay nasa batas po ng Pilipinas. Hindi po si Meralco ang gumawa ng batas na ito, ang Energy Regulatory Commission ang nag-issue nito.

      Search niyo po Distribution Services and Open Access Rules (DSOAR).

      Unfortunately, kahit na nasa batas po ang ginawa ng Meralco parehas pa rin po ang problema. Masakit po talaga sa bulsa ang mataas na bill ng May 2020. 😭

  10. Hi Sir,

    Sinunod ko ung procedue… ung bill ko umabot ng 16k plus.
    pero ung billing ng meralco na may 5600.

    pacompute po.

    Pacompute sir.

    dec 2019 – 249
    jan 2020 – 208
    feb 2020 -219
    mar 2020 – 213
    apr 2020 – 218
    may 2020 – 572

    current meter reading actual 2945.

    1. Hi Abraham,

      Before anything else.
      Disclaimer: Meralco is the only official group to give you the correct computation and meter reading. Best pa rin po talaga is to call Meralco and get their advise on your situation.

      I will just try to compute to the best of my abilities. Pero Meralco lang po makakapagsabi kung tama po ito.

      Noted na 2495 ang current reading ninyo sa meter ninyo. May 22, 2020.

      May we know the following.
      – Feb2020 Bill Pres Rdg
      – Meter Reading Date on your May 2020 Bill

      Kung wala po yung above details hindi po ako ma-cocompute.

  11. Maam/Sir,

    Can I ask a favor po sa inyo to compute if I was correctly or incorrectly charged by Meralco? Here is my consumption history for the following months:

    December 2019: 227 kWh
    January 2020: 228 kWh
    February 2020: 219 kWh
    March 2020: 224 kWh
    April 2020: 229 kWh
    May 2020: 572 kWh

    I don’t think that it will go this high kase we are basically stay at home folks even before my ECQ. Never kame nadagdagan ng appliances at we have the same routine day in and day out. Based on our 13-month consumption summary, steady lang naman halos with no significant or glaring increase ang naging consumption namin since May 2019.

    May 2019: 280 kWh
    June 2019: 314 kWh
    July 2019: 247 kWh
    August 2019: 239 kWh
    September 2019: 222 kWh
    October 2019: 273 kWh
    November 2019: 204 kWh

    Hope you can help me with this. Salamat

    1. Hi Keith,

      I have some questions before I can answer objectively to your question.

      Have you done the steps in the Check for Meter Reading Error part of the post?
      Is the Pres Rdg of your May 2020 bill lower than what you saw on your meter?

      If yes, kindly get the
      – Pres Rdg of February 2020 Bill
      – Pres Rdg of May 2020 Bill

      From there you can follow the steps in Estimating how much your May 2020 Electricity Bill is and can check if you are billed correctly or not.

      Disclaimer: Meralco is the only official group to give you the correct computation and meter reading. Best pa rin po talaga is to call Meralco and get their advise on your situation.

      1. Yes po.

        – Pres Rdg of February 2020 Bill

        A: Prev Rdg: 11189
        Pres Rdg: 11408

        – Pres Rdg of May 2020 Bill

        A: Wala pa po kami natatangap na actual paper bill from Meralco. Ang meron lang ako is yung kWh consumption from Meralco online. Hindi din po kasi available yung PDF copy online.

        Also, can you provide your consumption on the following months.

        Answer:

        – March 2019: 183 kWh
        – April 2019: 270 kWh

        I purchased po my A/C unit 2018 pa. So between 2019 and 2020. Wala po akong bagong appliance/s, electronics or gadgets na nabili.

    2. Hi. Di mo nabanggit yung Reading Date mo. Kasi if both (March and April) bills mo ay estimated, more or less ang ave bill mo is 340kWh ng March to May. Noted na summer season natapat ang crisis/ecq, kahit pre-ecq na nasa bahay kayo dati, expect parin to have a higher kWh cons dahil sa season.

      Di mo rin nabanggit kung may nagwo-wfh sa inyo. But as i can see, yung consumption mo June of lastyear(May to June) was 314kWh. Meaning, nakakaabot ka sa 300+kWh. So tingin ko, wala namang mali sa consumption nyo. Baka mas madalas lang ang paggamit ng appliances nyo this yr.

  12. I think n overcharged kmi for May billing. Sakto lng yung charges nung March and April pero ngayon super yung tinaas. Nadagdagan ng 100kwh when never lumagpas yung metro nmin n yun ng 70kwh

  13. Anyone have any idea how Meralco computes the Transmission charge? No problem with my kWh usage. But the kW in the Transmission charge jumped to over 10 times the previous month’s. All articles I’ve read talked about the kWh, but none on the kW.

    1. Hi Moises,

      From your statement “the kW in the Transmission charge jumped to over 10 times the previous month’s.” the issue is an increase in the meter reading for instantaneous power (kW). The issue is not in the price of the Transmission Charge.

      This is measured by Demand Meters.

      Here’s a post I found regarding Demand Meters.
      https://newfoundlandpower.com/Business-Services/Demand-Meters

      According to the post “Your billing demand (kW) refers to the maximum amount of energy drawn through the meter at one time during your most recent billing cycle.”

      There are a lot of factors that makes your kW reading jump up.

      Situations where power demand increases.

      (1) Did you purchase a new equipment that needs a lot of power?

      (2) Did you perhaps turned on all your electrical equipment, especially motors (aircon, fans, exhausts, etc) all at the same time? This will create a sudden inrush current all at the same time which is directly proportional to power (kW).

      (3) Did you perhaps had a normal full operational day then electricity was cutoff, you forgot to turn off the switch of your electrical equipments, and then poof! electricity went back and you have an involuntary situation (2)?

      By the way, inrush current/power can be up to 20 times the normal operating current/power based on this document. It is recommended to turn on your big equipments one-by-one or section-by-section every N minutes to avoid sudden inrush of power.

      The above situations are not exhaustive, those are just the ones that I have in my mind right now.

      If the above did not happen to you, then I guess there was an issue with how Meralco computed your kW meter reading since they did not do March and April meter reading and those will have to be taken into account this May.

      The above paragraph is just speculation, the best thing to do here is to ask Meralco directly on why Demand Meter read a kW that is 10 times compared to the previous months.

      A questions to ask: How was the Demand (kW) computed if there was no reading last March and April, and reading started again this May?

      I hope the above helps on how Demand Meters are read.

  14. My bill only incurred one month average and the next month is already an actual (based on the previous and current readings in the bill – 1st month’s bill had these fields empty and second month’s bill already had readings.
    What I am irked about is this – Hindi po totoo ang sinasabi nila (at least in my case) na one can pay hati-hati in 4 months. In my case, my Meralco is on auto debit sa aking Citibank credit card. Both of my 1) P5K na on average and 2) P12K na on actual reading are both showing in my credit card billing now! And of course, I would have to settle them all. Otherwise, interest fees ang mai-incur sa credit card naman.
    So where is their promise to people that whatever was incurred in the ECQ months could be paid in 4 installment?!
    If they was really a caring concern on the side of Meralco, then they should have not billed the whole 2 months into the credit card company where I am enrolled in paying my Meralco bills.

    1. Hi Juliet,

      Very sad to hear about what happened. This will most likely be our situation when we receive our May 2020 bill.

      Regarding the 4 month installment, based on the current information provided by Meralco this is only applied to the unpaid bills with due date of March 1 to May 15.

      In short you can only avail of the 4 month installment when you have not paid for your March and April 2020 bills.

      May 2020 bill is not included in the 4 month installment plan. I wish Meralco would include this.

      By the way, I updated the post above to include the information regarding the 4 month installment based on your comment. Thank you.

    1. Kung saan po nakaturo yung arrow sa numero dun, tapos isa isahin niyo po.
      Kunyari
      1st dial, nakaturo sa 6
      2nd dial, nakaturo sa 3
      3rd dial, nakaturo sa 2
      4th dial, nakaturo sa 8

      Yung reading ninyo ay 6,328 kWh.

    2. Stand directly in front of your meter and look at the four dials (A,B, C and D). Note that these four dials move in opposite directions. Dials A and C move counter-clockwise, while Dials B and D move in a clockwise direction. Read and record the number from each dial starting from right to left – starting from D to A

      https://www.wikihow.com/Read-an-Electric-Meter

      1. Hi Yodsy_,

        Thank you for a more specific information. I think reading it from right to left is not applicable in our country since we read from left to right.

        I double checked with a relative’s meters with dial vs their Meralco bill, it read from left to right.

  15. Paano po yung sobra na taas ng bill ko sa meralco ng may, paano po maayos? Dahil sa online po ako lagi nagbabayad? Yung Month of May lang ang dapat ko bayaran dahil bayad ko n sa online yung mga last month..

    1. Hi Maria Teresa,

      Under billed po tayo nung March at April dahil po sa previous 3 month average consumption po ang ginamit dito.

      Yung konsumo po natin nung March at April na hindi charge sa bill noon ay masasama na po sa May bill.

      Ito po ang dahilan ng pagtaas ng bill sa May.

        1. Hi Dezere,

          Same lang din po. From left to right.

          1st dial, nakaturo sa 6
          2nd dial, nakaturo sa 3
          3rd dial, nakaturo sa 2
          4th dial, nakaturo sa 8
          5th dial, nakaturo sa 1

          Yung reading ninyo ay 63,281 kWh.

      1. Hi, parang hindi ako na undercharge nung march at april. sa totoo lang, tumaas pa nga ng 100KWH halos sa average consumption ko yung bill ko nung April. So paano pa kaya ngayong May?

        1. Hi Joselle,

          Ano po yung kWh consumption na nakalagay sa mga bill ninyo noong

          – December 2019
          – January 2020
          – February 2020
          – March 2020
          – April 2020
          – May 2020

          Pwede ko po icompute para sa inyo.

  16. Paano po kami na previous eh last feb. 29 lang po ako nakabitan ng kuryente. .sobrang laki po ng bill ko

    1. Hi Lucylynn,

      Sorry, hindi ko pa po na-experience yung same nung sa inyo.

      Puro assumptions lang po ang mabibigay ko.

      Kung yung bill niyo po ng March and April ay zero.

      Ngayong dumating na May bill, kasama na po dito ang na-konsumo ninyo noong March at April. Kaya po malaki ang bill.

      Assumption lang po ang nasabi ko. Check niyo po muna ang Electric Meter ninyo at tawag po kayo sa Meralco para po malaman kung paano nila na-compute yan.

      Nasa post po yung pag-compute ng electric consumption.

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