12 Jun 2015

Top up Possibilities for Prepaid Mobile

Most people go to vendor or shops to top up their mobiles. Obviously for the two options, which are voucher and easy recharge because these are the most common and known by everyone. However, sometimes you may have in the situation when shop is closed or balance ends at late night or perhaps any could be the reasons. Therefore, the best option to tackle the problem is, to have the information of all the possibilities to top up your phone, which will make your life more comfortable.

Again, there are different ways of recharging your hand phone but it fully depends on you that how could you manage and use these ideas in your life. So, let us start.

1. Top up your hand phone via ATM Machine.
Bank facilitates their cardholders with many services at ATM cash point to get not only the facility of withdrawing money but also to refills their prepaid phones and this really makes our life comfortable. It is very simple and there is no required of registration to avail this. Whenever you need recharge, just go to your bank's ATM and insert your card(usually as you do for withdrawing money) then go to the option mobile top up and follow the other displayed instructions like putting your phone number and amount detail and that's it. In no time the balance will be credited and you will also get confirmation sms.

2. Recharge Online-The other option which would help you is 'Online'. Yes, you could go to your network provider's official website, then choose online recharge through their process and get your work done. Besides this, there are so many good and authentic websites available on the net for instance paytm.com, monkey.in, rechargeseva.com etc that opt you top up facility. The online procedure with these webs is very simple that starts with registration and after that you need to put your number which you want to top up and pay by your debit or credit cards or net banking. Other than talk time you could also recharge your dis TV, bills etc and also get other facilities such as scheduled and missed call recharge etc.

3. Top-up voucher-The voucher top up is common and known by all. You just have to put the codes on phone as printed on the coupon and that's it. While traveling it is a great to carry some extra vouchers with you which could help you in time of emergency.

4. Talk time Loan-Today almost all leading telecom companies like Airtel, Vodafone, Reliance, Aircel, Idea, Tata Docomo etc have started the talk time loan facility for their users in time of emergency. Talk time loan is a loan which you can take from your operator in times on need. It provides great help obviously when there is no any other medium. You could take Rs. 5, 10, or 25 as  loan according to your service provider's terms & conditions. For example one of the conditions is one can avail the facility when he/she will be the active user for at least 3 months or whatever as per your operator. Company takes back the given amount along with some interests by deducting your balance whenever you recharge next. So, let us see some of the briefs.

Airtel- Airtel customers can dial *141*10# and press the call button and follow the rest instruction to get Rs. 10.  However, you can also dial *141# that will give the option to take advance talk time and other important options also like 'Auto credit', 'Gift Pack', 'Share Talk time', 'Happy hours' and many more.

Aircel-To get Aircel talk time loan of Rs. 10 you have to dial *414#.

Idea-Type *150*10# and hit your call button to get airtime of Rs. 10.

Vodafone-To avail this, you have to sms CREDIT and send it to 144. You will get Rs. 5 as a loan but under some terms & conditions. Therefore, to know more about its conditions you have to dial 1241.

Tata Docomo- Sms LOAN and send to its toll free no which is 369 and you are all done.

5. Balance share or transfer in between the same network-
Generally this facility is available on all service operator for prepaid customer and this could be said as the real life saver in times of need. Let see how?

Voda to Vaoda- If you are Vodafone customer and want to share balance to other Vodafone number then dial *131*Amount*Mobile No#. The sharing balance limit is minimum Rs. 5 and maximum is Rs.30. Charges for transferable amount Rs. 5 to 9, Rs. 10 to 24 and Rs. 25 to 30 are Re.1 Rs. 2 and Rs. 3 respectively. You could also dial *130# to request or transfer balance.
Note-If you are a new user then this may not work for you. Voda provides the service to those who have completed at 30 days.

Airtel to Airtel-You can transfer an amount of Rs 5 to Rs. 31 and from Rs. 51 to 101 as per your requirement. For this dial *141# and then you will be taken to next menu. Choose the right option in the menu and proceed as the instruction guides you. Chargeable amounts are Rs. 2 to 4 for Rs. 5 to 31.
Note-To avail this, one has to be in Airtel network for at least 90 days(3months).

Aircel to Aircel-Its users have to dial *121*666#. As you dial, the next menu will pop-up and ask you to choose the balance you want to transfer. Just put the number and confirm the rest instruction and you will have it what you want. Again note it carefully that the facility is for the Aircel prepaid customer only who is using aircel for at least 3 months. In addition, extra amount would be taken as service charge are Rs 1, 2, 4, 8, 10, 12 for Rs. 5, 10, 25, 50, 75, 100 respectively. For more dial the above number or talk to customer care.

Uninor to Uninor- Just press *202*Number*Amount and then # and hit your call button. For instance *202*9870980000*10# and you are done.

Idea-To transfer you have to dial *567*Mobile No*Amount#.
Note- you and your receiver needs to be its user for at least 90 days.

Tata Docomo-Just sms BT<space>Mobile No to 54321 and your prepaid card will be credited with Rs. 5

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