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Now Recharge BSNL Mobiles Online!

on March 9, 2009 – 8:00 pm7 Comments

bsnl Just a couple of hours ago, BSNL has announced the launch of a new service, wherein, Prepaid mobile users can easily recharge their mobiles online using their net banking account or credit cards.

Though, there were already online services for paying postpaid bills, but the ability to recharge prepaid mobiles online is an innovative offering by BSNL.

For recharging your mobiles just head over to this page, and create an user id. Once you have access to login to BSNL portal, you can recharge your mobiles online at any point of time.

Quick highlight:

  • BSNL customer can recharge Prepaid mobiles online by logging into BSNL Portal
  • Mobiles can be recharged either with recharge vouchers or top up cards
  • Customer needs to use net banking a/c or credit cards to pay for the recharge
  • Customer will receive an SMS confirmation once the recharge has been done.

Link: BSNL Online Recharge

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  • Satyabrata Moharana

    Thank u for starting this service.

  • shreyas

    very useful service

  • ravi

    hi
    when i try to recharege DataCard it says my number is invalied.
    whom do i contact this.

  • V.Praveen kumar

    hi this is nani i bought one bsnl 3g data card but it is not in work. i made enquiry about its problem, but no one gave proper anser for this. now i am accessing this through my mobile i need solution why it is not working properly if it dosent works i’ll loss Rs.25oo/-

    • Nani

      nani why u will loose 2500, BSNL sim is Rs 50 and recharge on that is Rs 120. anyway it works, well most of sims work. go to bsnl office and blast them.

    • Montybishnoi

      just file a complaint againt company

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    If you are sending a promotional message to 1000 clients, using a free SMS service will take you ages.