Prepaid Water Meter Suppliers In South Africa

What is a Prepaid Water Meter?

Consumers spend the amount of water loaded from credit sales offices by loading the credit to water meters via smart cards.

The water meter cuts off the water by closing its valve when the credit ends, but when the consumer re-loads the spare credit in a smart card to the water meter, the valve will re-open.

Prepaid Water Meter Suppliers In South Africa

Citiq Prepaid provides effective and reliable prepaid electricity and water meter solutions in South Africa – at affordable prices.

The prepaid meters are come from some of the top manufacturers in the country, while our STS-certified prepaid vending system offers supreme convenience.

How much is a prepaid water meter in South Africa?

The cost of the prepaid water management devices is upwards of R2,000, but the prepaid water prices are no different to what you would normally pay your municipality. You just have far more control over your usage.

How to buy prepaid water in South Africa?

Follow these steps to buy prepaid water:

  1. Log in to the Money app or Online Banking.
  2. Choose Buy from the Transact menu on the dashboard.
  3. Choose Buy prepaid and Claim Water and then Prepaid Water.
  4. Enter your meter number or choose a meter number from your saved recipients.
  5. Enter the amount you want to buy.

Do you get prepaid water in South Africa?

Prepaid water and electricity meters are becoming increasingly well-liked for their array of advantages, and more and more households around South Africa are having them installed.

If you’re thinking of having a prepaid meter installed – either in your own home or in a property that you rent out or manage – read on.

Are prepaid water meters legal in South Africa?

Constitutional Court: pre-paid water meters are legal.

How does a water meter work in South Africa?

When you have located your meter, lift the cap to see the display. Not all displays are the same, yet all meters are color-coded to indicate liters and kilolitres.

In this diagram, the black and white numbers represent kilolitres (one kilolitre is 1000 liters) and the red and white numbers represent liters.