Now users are no longer restricted to fixed recharge options and value denominations.
Paytm, one of India's online mobile and DTH recharge service providers, has introduced "Any value recharge” scheme for Airtel prepaid users. Now Airtel prepaid users would be able to enjoy the liberty of selecting their own recharge value when recharge and top-ups for mobile recharges, DTH and even data card recharges on any plan.
Users will no longer have to select a recharge amount from a pre-populated drop-down list as they would have the power to decide the amount they want their recharge to be with full control over their expenses and budget.
With any value recharge, users can make recharge amount of their own choice and the related value after deducting the necessary taxes will be added to the subscriber's account. Along with giving control to the users it also allows them to be in control of their budget as well.
With each recharge, users also get a variety of coupons, deals and discounts of popular brands like Tradus, and Bigflix Zovi as well.
But, sadly only the any amount recharge is only available on Airtel as of now, but we can surely expect other operators also to come up with such innovations in the future as well.
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