Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa | How to Pay Luku

Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa | How to Pay Luku

Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa -It is currently more convenient than it has ever been to pay one’s power bill. You have the option of paying your energy bill in Tanzania using one of several various payment methods, such as using a mobile app, Sim Banking, Mobile Money (such as M-PESA), and so on. Because to advances in technology, we now only need a few clicks on our mobile phones in order to settle our financial obligations.

On the other hand, it’s possible that there are still some people who have trouble paying Luku. If you happen to be one of such folks, there is no need for concern because we have you taken care of. We’ll walk you through the process of utilizing M-PESA to make a payment on your Luku account.

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Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa | How to Pay Luku

Fata Maelekezo Haya hapa chini uweze Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa;

  • Use your Mobile phone VODACOM subscription
  • Register for M-PESA account at any VODACOM branch.
  • Dial 15000# and select the Pay bill
  • Enter the Business number (100300)
  • Enter the reference number (this is 11 digit LUKU meter number)
  • Enter the amount.
  • You will receive an SMS from M –PESA confirming the following information

– Meter Number.

– receipt number.

– Electricity Unit Purchased.

– Electricity token.

– Confirm.

  • Enter your M-PESA Pin
  • There after you will receive confirmation message and Luku Taken as shown below.
Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa

Jinsi ya Kununua Luku Kwa M-pesa | How to Pay Luku


It was on November 26th, 1931 that the Memorandum and Articles of Association that formed Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) were incorporated. TANESCO is a parastatal company that was established in Tanzania (the then Tanganyika Electric Supply Company Limited -TANESCO).

The company not only produces, but also buys, transmits, distributes, and sells electricity to the Tanzanian mainland. Additionally, the company sells bulk power to the Zanzibar Electricity Corporation (ZECO), which then sells it to the general public on the islands of Unguja and Pemba. The majority of the facilities used for generating, transferring, and distributing electricity in Tanzania Mainland, which is home to an estimated population of over 50 million people, are owned by TANESCO.