How to get Gas supply in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia? Process, Rates, Where to pay bills

Still not available everywhere in a centralized way pipeline system in Malaysia. Most domestic gas use comes from domestic propane cylinders. Piped gas from Gas Malaysia is available, though in a small number of major urban center’s in Peninsular Malaysia, such as parts of Kuala Lumpur. Residents in large apartment complexes or developments, called stratified properties in Malaysia, will often have utility bills charged by the central building management. If you live in a standalone home such as a bungalow or terraced house, which is referred to as landed property in Malaysia, then the responsibility for organizing and managing utilities is on you.

How to connect your gas supply in Malaysia

  • The easiest way to get supply id gas there is no great amount of access any way.
  • While plans are under way to expand piped gas access in Malaysia. The current state of play is that most gas appliances or needs are met by propane gas cylinders.
  • Propane generally comes in 10kg, 12kg, 14kg, or 50kg industrial cylinders. A good benchmark is that a propane gas cylinder will generally last around six months of standard household use.
  • Prices vary between suppliers and unit sizes, but costs are around RM20-30 for the deposit, with RM30 to refill the container.

The process for get gas supply

For natural gas supply:

  • Only unit owners are allowed to register.
  • Complete and sign the Gas Supply Agreement form.
  • Prepare a deposit of RM20.00, connection fee of RM35.00, and meter fee of RM235.00 (applicable for certain locations only).
  • Cash accepted (payment counters only), cheque, or money order payable to GAS MALAYSIA BERHAD.
  • Stamp duty of RM10.00.
  • A copy of the applicant’s IC or passport.
  • If registered under a company, supporting documents from the Companies Commission of Malaysia are required.
  • A copy of the Sale and Purchase Agreement (front page, first page, schedule, and signature page are sufficient).

For liquefied petroleum gas supply (LPG):

  • Only unit owners are allowed to register.
  • Complete and sign the Gas Supply Agreement form for residential users.
  • Prepare a deposit of RM100.00, connection fee of RM35.00, and meter fee of RM235.00 (applicable for certain locations only).
  • Cash accepted (over the counter payments only), cheque, or money order made payable to GAS MALAYSIA BERHAD
  • Stamp duty of RM10.00.
  • A copy of the applicant’s IC or passport.
  • If registered under a company, supporting documents from the Companies Commission of Malaysia are required.
  • A copy of the Sale and Purchase Agreement (front page, first page, schedule 1, and signature page are sufficient).

 How to pay Gas bill in Malaysia?

  • Pos Malaysia
  • Paytm
  • Pay bills app
  • Download Gas Malaysia app from Play store
  • Online (Jompay (Biller Code: 47902), Maybank2u, CIMBClicks, Pos Online or myBSN)

*Example:

On Paytm’s website

  • Go to the ‘Piped Gas Bill’ section on Paytm’s official website
  • Select your gas provider
  • Enter your ‘Customer Identification Number’ (such as CRN Number, Customer ID, Customer Number, Business Partner Number etc.)
  • Click on ‘Proceed’ to check the gas bill amount
  • Select the mode of payment from Debit Card, Credit Card, Paytm Wallet, Net Banking etc.
  • Complete your payment and you are done!

The whole process takes a few minutes and is backed by secure transactions. You get notified on your registered mobile number and email address about the gas bill payment.

 

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