By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : January 12, 2017 5:41 pm
The feature will be exclusively accessible to the existing 6 million plus Indus OS user base and new users of Indus OS-powered devices.
Indus OS and digital wallet service provider, FreeCharge has co-developed a new payment system for prepaid users in India known as Recharge 2.0. Through this feature, users will now be able to recharge by using Recharge 2.0 on the Indus Dialer. The feature will be exclusively accessible to the existing 6 million plus Indus OS user base and new users of Indus OS-powered devices.
The new Indus Dialer will allow users to add balance to their prepaid account through FreeCharge with one-touch access on the phone dialer. The feature will also help a user to analyse and compare historical balance and compare daily, weekly and monthly balance usage across Talktime, Data and SMS. Through this feature, one can also see his/her current balance on the main dialer screen as well.
The feature also reminds users about low balance alerts and displays expense of every call within the call log and one can also analyse money spent on each contact, which gives a complete and accurate information to the user.
As per various industry estimates, it is well acknowledged that 95 per cent of India's mobile subscriber base comprises pre-paid connections. While a majority of prepaid users prefer data plans that have a fixed monthly charge for the limited amount of data usage, an often-neglected fact is that they do not have a clear idea of how their money is getting spent. The new Recharge 2.0 payment system will surely help people to control their usage by keeping a regular track on the same.
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