Are you looking for information on how to check the meter number on a Hexing prepaid electricity meter. The majority of people who are on prepaid electricity in South Africa use Hexing meters. You may also find these meters bearing other brands out there. If you are one of the people with a Hexing meter, you will need the meter number to be able to buy electricity number. Let’s say you have run out. You cannot buy a new token without the Hexing serial number. So, where do you find it?
How to Find Hexing Meter Number
The following is how to check the meter number on a Hexing prepaid electricity meter;
- Dial 804 on your meter.
- Press enter. The enter key is the backward pointing arrow.
- Your meter number will appear on the screen.
Why check the meter number on Hexing?
That’s how to check the meter number on a Hexing prepaid electricity meter. The process itself is very easy. But why would you go through it? We have already noted that you need the meter number to be able to buy an electricity token.
Each number is unique to each meter. So, that’s the number that you use when you buy a token online or at the bank. You may wish to check out an article on how to buy prepaid electricity from Standard Bank. Again, you need to have the meter number to be able to do this.
On some meters, the meter number will be printed on a sticker that you will find on the front of the screen. That’s great because you can then just type it and use it to buy a token. It’s also possible to find the number by signing into your account with your utility. As an example, if you are with Citiq, log into your account and check your meter number there.
Here are the Hexing prepaid meter codes