Enel Distribución Perú Seeks to Restore Electricity to Families

Published on Thursday, 10 December 2015

The company will offer payment options to those customers who no longer have the service due to debt.

Lima, 10 December 2015 – In order to offer its customers the opportunity to catch up on late bill payments, Enel Distribución Perú has launched a new campaign to restore electric service to customers that have accumulated debt for eight or more months. Debts could be paid through different payment methods depending on the customer’s situation.

“We do not seek to reward debtors, but to offer them payment methods so that they can have its service back and have access to a better quality of life”, said a representative of Enel Distribución Perú.

This new campaign joins the first launched in November, which provided payment facilities to customers accumulating debt for three or more months so that they could settle their debts and normalise their electricity service.

The campaign will be valid throughout December. To obtain further information or take this temporary benefit, those interested may approach any Service Centre of Enel Distribución Perú or call Fonocliente at 517-1717.

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