KUCHING, May 20: Sarawak Energy has announced the 250 lucky draw winners of its Quarter 1 2022 ‘Go Paperless’ e-Bill Campaign, each receiving an electricity bill cash rebate of RM50.
The list of winners will be notified via their e-Bill subscription registered e-mail address, and the cash rebate will be credited to their registered electricity contract account.
The list of winners is also available on Sarawak Energy’s website.
In a media release, the utility company said that 120,000 customers have subscribed to the e-Bill service since the campaign was launched in 2021.
Going paperless on bill service is part of the utility’s ‘Go Paperless’ initiative, and the move also supports Sarawak Energy’s aspiration to become a digital utility by 2025.
This billing method provides, it added, a convenient way for subscribers to access, pay and store their electricity bills without the paper clutter in their homes.
Various initiatives have been introduced to encourage customers to subscribe to electronic bills, reducing paper usage and reliance on monthly bill delivery.
Subscribers of e-Bill will get to enjoy a RM2 rebate on monthly electricity bills for 12 months upon successful registration.
Subscribers were also automatically entered into quarterly lucky draws, with 250 winners receiving RM50 electricity bill cash rebates each quarter. Previous winners will still be eligible to participate in the next round, as long as they remain subscribed to the e-Bill service and fulfil other eligibility conditions.
To subscribe to Sarawak Energy’s e-Bill service, customers may perform self-registration via the ‘SEB cares’ mobile application (available in the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android) or fill in the registration form via their website.
They can also call 1-300-88-3111, email email@example.com, or approach the nearest Sarawak Energy customer service counters by providing their name, electricity contract account number, e-mail address, and mobile phone number.
Upon successful registration, customers will receive their monthly electricity bill via their registered email addresses and no longer receive physical bills. — DayakDaily