Financed By The Malaysian Government

Woot! Just got our TNB (that's Tenaga Nasional Berhad for you) and because the bill is below RM20.00, we do not need to pay our electricy bill, as stated in the bill; "Dibiayai Oleh Kerajaan Malaysia" (financed/paid for by the Malaysian Government). Yeay!

How did this happen? Well, by not spending 5 days a week in our own home, that's how!

Some good new to all consumers:
Effective March 1st, 2009, TNB will revise the electricity tariff to its consumers. According to TNB President/CEO, Dato' Sri Che Khalib, the reduction in electricity tariff is in support of the Government's efforts to introduce an economic stimulus package to mitigate impact of the current economic slowdown.

Comments

  1. Oh, that must be good news for you! Good thing they are reducing the cost, nowadays so hot, I always switch on the air con! You know air con uses a lot of electricity. Hehe

    Btw, thanks for voting me for the Malaysian Blog Award! : )

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  2. LOL, I don't think my TNB bill has that.

    Ahaha, TNB is just exploiting the (currently) low oil price to get some pointies in PR. I don't really believe they're sincere in helping consumers :P

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  3. @foong,
    my house bill can be quite low because we don't own an aircond! We were lucky to find a home that is nice and cool.

    @Jim,
    Well, as long I gain something, let them PR all they want! :D
    Anyhow, when the news about sugar price going up, you'd see people wanting to raise food prices but now that TNB is planning to lower the rates, no news about price going down. How can?

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  4. normally my bill around 40++... jarang pakai aircond

    you lucky la..tak payah bayar bill

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  5. @Yatie,
    hahaha... tapi bill api kat rumah FIL naik lah pulak sebab kita orang duk menumpang rumah dia sekarang!

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  6. That's so lucky of you! I wish we won't need to pay our bills too!

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