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Have you lost your prepaid electricity or water meter number?

Have you lost your prepaid electricity or water meter number?

It happens to the best of us; losing something which we thought we remembered or kept safe. If you have lost your 11 digit prepaid electricity or water meter number, don’t worry, we’re here to help you recover it. Find the number on your meter Many people are unaware...
How to use the Citiq Prepaid Management System to your advantage

How to use the Citiq Prepaid Management System to your advantage

Managing your utility usage is incredibly important, not only is better consumption management good for your pockets but it also helps us to be more mindful of the environment and saving precious resources. An advantage of using the Citiq Prepaid vending system is...
Easy ways to track electricity usage

Easy ways to track electricity usage

Citiq Prepaid meters allow for complete transparency between landlords and tenants in terms of tracking electricity and water usage. For tenants who are renting and being charged a lump sum for electricity and water without really knowing how much was true usage,...
Why is electricity usage measured in kWh?

Why is electricity usage measured in kWh?

Have you ever wondered why electricity is measured in kWh when all it actually is, is energy? Most people are quite comfortable when it comes to measuring energy in calories or kilojoules (kj), such as when ‘counting calories’ for a new diet or ‘burning kilojoules’ on...
Understanding how your prepaid recovery rate are calculated

Understanding how your prepaid recovery rate are calculated

Understanding how prepaid recovery rates are calculated can sometimes be confusing and many people assume that prepaid rates are the same everywhere. This is usually not the case. Did you know, depending on your location and provider’s pricing model, electricity costs...
How do incline block tariffs work

How do incline block tariffs work

You may have heard about Incline Block Tariffs (IBT) and wondered what it is all about. Incline Block Tariffs (IBT) were invented by Eskom/NERSA as a way to make electricity affordable for those who use little and also discourage consumption. It may seem quite...