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Recharge relief in Lockdown: Good news for those with prepaid connections, Now you can talk without recharge your mobile

New Delhi: Your city is closed due to lockdown but due to this, the conversation on your phone will not stop. If you have a prepaid connection and its validity is going to end, then also there is nothing to worry about. Just keep talking to Befikri because companies will keep your connection running. There is no need to recharge at the moment.


Recharge relief in lockdown
All the mobile companies have decided to take care of their prepaid customers that if your recharge validity ends in lockdown till May 3, then the connection will not be cut.

According to our partner Zeebiz, incoming calls from all prepaid customers will not be affected. Bharti Airtel said in a statement that in addition to digital channels, many customers have recharged from the arrangement made by the company in ATMs, post offices, grocery stores, and drug stores. However, nearly three crore customers have not been able to recharge due to the lockdown. Now their validity will remain till May 3.

Vodafone-Idea is also increasing validity
Vodafone Idea's marketing director Avnish Khosla said in a separate statement that we are extending the incoming service to nine crore customers till May 3 to ensure that consumers stay connected even during the extended period of lockdown. Similarly, other companies have also said that the facility of incoming will continue to be available during a lockdown.

Most recharge outlets will open after April 20. Consumers who have not been able to recharge will continue to get the incoming facility till the lockdown ends. Telecom companies have also announced the facility of commission on recharging another customer.



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Validity will remain till 3 May 2020

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