Why Pay for Estimates in SP Services Utility Bill?

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Basically, SP Services reads your utility usage (electricity, gas & water) only ONCE every 2 months and for the month when your usage is not read, you will be billed on ESTIMATED usage based on previous actual readings.

By paying for estimates, it may upset your disposable income unnecessarily and mess up your monthly expenses.

To avoid paying for estimates in your utility bill, learn how to submit your utility meter reading to SP Services. It is an easy process and should take you no more than 5 minutes.

1) First of all, we need to identify the utility meters for electricity, gas & water in Singapore.


2) Next, visit SP Services.

3) Login with your Userid and Password (If you don’t have it, click Sign Up).

4) Once you are logged in, click on “Meter Readings“.

5) Finally, read and submit your meter readings according to the instructions and dates stipulated.

Submission Dates:

Please read your meter and submit the reading taken between 26/09/2021 (from 6am onwards) and 29/09/2021 (before 5pm) for billing. Thank you.

Meter Reading Instructions (Refer to pt 1 for the correct meter to read):



Alternatively, to avoid paying for estimates in your Singapore utility bill, you can also submit your meter readings to SP Services via:

  • Mobile App – Open App, tab “Explore” followed by “Meter Readings”.
  • WhatsApp – Send a photo of your meter, with its readings and number to 8482-8636.

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  • Lobang says:

    Hi, this is very GOOD information, wish more people in Singapore knew of this site and service! Intend to cross post, any issues? thanks

  • Patrick says:

    Thanks for the kind words. Cross posting is not allowed. However, using a snippet (first 40-50 words) of the article with a link back to the original article will be allowed and greatly appreciated.

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