3 best ways to recharge your phone in minutesby Shiv Kaushik Guest Poster
Tired of asking somebody else to do your phone recharge? Take control by doing it yourself, using any of the 3 ways we outline for you.
Your mobile phone provides you with a strong connection to the outside world. It facilitates a whole host of functions, from calling to banking, and from entertainment to ticket booking. Meanwhile, you can also use it to browse social media, get information, complete work tasks and do so much more.
But if you use a prepaid connection, then this seamless connectivity with the world is possible only when the SIM is recharged periodically. You love the prepaid plan that you have selected, but you still entrust the actual phone recharge process to somebody else (maybe a family member or the service provider’s store).
It’s time you take action. Here’s how you can recharge your phone by yourself, using 3 awesome methods:
1 Use the service provider’s web portal: The most basic way to recharge your phone is to access your service provider’s website and complete the recharge as instructed. It takes just a few steps and only a couple of minutes to do this. Alternatively, you can also use the provider’s smartphone app to do the phone recharge. We recommend using these routes since you are transacting with the provider directly, so payments can get recorded and streamlined in a better way. Some smartphone apps like myAirtel even offer cashback and discounts on every phone recharge. You can also select a different recharge plan at this stage if you are an Airtel customer.
2 Use UPI apps. UPI apps offer the highest levels of online security to all users. You just need to install the UPI app, such as BHIM app or Google Pay, on your smartphone and set it up with your bank account. Once you set up the M-PIN, you are ready to pay bills, make money transfers and also recharge your phone. Another great reason to use UPI apps for phone recharge is that these apps can also work offline, so you don’t necessarily require an Internet-enabled phone. Your online security is established because you don’t need to give out card details or add beneficiary data – just key in the M-PIN to complete the transaction and finish the phone recharge.
3 Use social media or e-commerce sites. Jumping on the phone recharge bandwagon, major e-commerce sites like Amazon and social media sites like Facebook have begun offering payment options that you can use. They essentially link your account with a debit/credit card number or offer net banking and other payment platforms to complete the transaction. Just follow the recharge steps outlined to complete the process in a few easy steps.
Created on Dec 23rd 2018 14:36. Viewed 421 times.