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Model for Issuing Voucher Numbers
The diagram below indicates the process
of Issuing Vouchers
The Process of Purchasing Voucher
- The Landlord or Property Manager contacts Meter Mate
and requests numbers to be generated and pays a small admin fee for
each Voucher Number.
- Each Voucher Number has the value of 100 electrical
units. The Landlord or Property Manager sells the Voucher to the Tenant
for the Rand equivalent of 100 electrical units (kwH) and sets aside
the money to pay the council electricity bill at the end of the month.
- On receiving the Voucher Number the Tenant enters
it on the keypad of the prepaid meter which credits him with 100 units
- When the 100 units run out he will need to purchase
another voucher. It is possible for him to purchase multiple vouchers
and enter them all at the same time.
- It is up to the Landlord or Property Manager to determine
how many vouchers they wish to purchase or issue at any one time.
NB! The Vouchers can be made out for
any amout of electrical units. The amount of 100 above is just an illistrative