MTS India Introduces Online Recharge

By November 8th, 2009 AT 11:21 AM

MTS India Introduces Online RechargeMTS India, the Sistem- Shyam televenture with world class technology & services brings online recharge facility for its users. MTS India, the pan India CDMA license holder operates now in Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Kerala, Kolkata, West Bengal, Bihar & Jharkhand, Delhi, Karnataka out of 23 telecom circles.

Now all MTS customers can recharge their MTS prepaid mobile connections & MBlaze EVDO based Mobile Broadband connections by clicking over Internet.MTS India online recharge is based upon BillDesk services, which offers MTS subscribers to recharge MTS mobiles and MBlaze connections using their own credit, debit or online bank accounts.

Recharge is available via Credit Cards (Visa, Dinners, MasterCard Amercian Express Card ), ICICI Debit card or major banks’ online accounts like SBI, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, PNB, Allahabad Bank, Bank of Baroda, City Union Bank, ABN AMRO Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, KV Bank, Kotak Bank etc.

On this occasion MTS India website (www.mtsindia.in) gets a makeover, Online recharge option can be availed from the bottom dock’s ‘Recharge Now’ button. Online recharge is available for MTS mobile prepaid from topup Rs 10  to Rs 100 and all Mblaze vouchers. We can keep our fingers crossed as, soon MTS will start selling new connections and handsets online.

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