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Reliance Energy revamps bill for Mumbai customers

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Mumbai , March 24

RELIANCE Energy Ltd today launched a new revamped monthly bill for its 22-lakh Mumbai customers.

The company plans shortly to extend the new pattern of monthly electricity bills to consumers in Delhi, company officials said.

Initially, the new bill will be available in three languages and later it will be made available in any of the 22 main Indian languages, Mr Rajat Jalan, Executive Director, REL, told reporters.

REL officials said the company undertook detailed market research before finalising the design new bill.

"The new bill is easy to read, simple to understand and will be available in the language the customer can understand," Mr Jalan said.

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