How to recharge for state-owned telecom company numbers
Apart from the privately-owned telecom operating companies such as Airtel, JIO, and Vodafone, there are two state-owned operators as well, namely, Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL). The two state-owned companies offer services for fixed landline and mobile telephone on CDMA and GSM platforms.
The BSNL Mobile offers both prepaid and postpaid services along with other value-added services, namely, VPN, Tele-voting, FPH, ACC, etc. It also provides the fourth largest ISP pan India.
With the current pandemic blowing in, it is impossible for us to stand in long queues waiting to recharge our mobiles and data. The lockdown has also given rise to the amount of data usage on a daily basis, be it a college student watching Prime Video all day or an employee who has to meet deadlines.
However, technology has made the job easy for us! Now, all the major network providers have shifted to online transactions for their services. This means that you can now pay for your recharge anywhere at your convenience.
And this is not just the case with privately-owned telecom companies but with state-owned BSNL and MTNL as well. They have also advanced to online transactions for recharges and other value-added services for their users.
The BSNL recharge is a simple process. You can get your recharge by visiting their online portal. The website will ask for your personal details such as mobile number, email-ID, and the state in which you are posted. After that, you will be redirected to their payment page where you can fill in your account details from which you wish to make the payment. And there you have your recharge!
Along with this, BSNL at ₹365has also introduced a new recharge Prepaid Voucher (PV) that will offer users 3G/4G services everyday for 365 days. Additionally, they have also launched Short Term Vouchers (STVs) that can add up 4G data below ₹200. The packages are available on their website for more information. You can also buy a plan on Airtel Payments Bank as well and also avail some interesting discounts.
These additions to the market conclude that operators have now realized how important it is to promote online recharges and payments. They offer safe servers to conduct your transactions from. The recharge is simple and easy. You can visit their official website where you will be able to see an option of payment (prepaid and postpaid). Following that option will lead you to another page where you will be asked to fill in your personal details that are required for a monetary transaction such as your name, mobile number, contact number, email ID, and sometimes even your registered address for verification.
Then you will be asked to fill in the account details from which the amount for the transaction will be deducted. Then once the payment is successful, you will receive a message and an email confirming your payment.
The whole process has been simplified for the user’s access and understandability while keeping it safe and secure. Online transactions are the future of our country!