Nepal telecom is preparing to send balance into pre-paid mobiles without recharge cards and pin-numbers. Telecom, through its various distributors, is planning to send balance without pin numbers after various problems surfaced with the recharge cards.
For Global System Mobile (GSM) pre-paid mobile, Telecom will start the pin-less recharge. Telecom is preparing for pin-less recharge equivalent to notes above NRs.10. Pre-paid mobile users can recharge NRs.10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000. “Customers want to recharge less amount lots of time so this system is appropriate,” said Dinesh Dev Panta, deputy manager at Nepal Telecom. “Pin-less recharge will be far more reliable than current recharge cards,” he added.
Customers will receive balance easier and faster from the pin-less recharge than recharge cards. ‘Validity period’ will increase as in recharge cards. According to Telecom, Telecom is planning to bring pin-less recharge, targeting the customers who use their phone keeping lesser balance. (Karobar)