Paytm is taking money on mobile recharge, know which apps are giving free service
From mobile recharge to electricity bill payment and online ordering, many people use the digital payment app Paytm. But, recently we saw that Paytm Mobile Recharge has become expensive. Actually, digital payment company Paytm is charging a processing fee (platform fee/convenience fee) from some users of Rs 1 to 6 on recharge with UPI, credit card, and wallet as well. At the same time, if you are also included in the list of users who are troubled by Paytm Mobile Recharge Transaction Fees, then today we will inform you about some such digital payment apps, from which you will not have to pay any kind of convenience fee on recharge. We have checked ourselves by recharging the mobile from these apps.
Mobile Recharge App
An option on the e-commerce site Amazon itself is Amazon Pay, which is an Online Payment Processing Service. It was launched by Amazon in 2007. Then it was not available in India but after a few years, it was introduced in India. From bill payment to shopping, payment can be done with Amazon Pay. Mobile recharge can be done with this Amazon Pay and the best thing is that by doing this there is no Transaction Fee of any kind. You can recharge your mobile through Wallet, UPI, and Debit/Credit card.
If you are a customer of Jio, Vi (Vodafone Idea), Airtel, MTNL, or BSNL, you can do mobile recharge without paying any extra. You can also pay your bills like electricity bills, gas bills, and DTH recharge from this app. So for prepaid customers, GPay is a great option for mobile recharge.
The Tata Neu app was recently launched, which allows you to find everything from various shopping like groceries to gadgets on a single gateway. Along with this, through Tata Pay, you can make instant payments for any type of online and in-store shopping. You can also recharge your mobile with this app without any extra charge. If you also want to recharge your mobile through this app then you have to pay only the recharge cost.
Recharging with the BHIM app is very easy. Prepaid mobile using BHIM credit card and UPI can be done without any processing charges. Along with Paytm and Google Pay, BIM apps are the most popular and widely used payment apps in India.
Kunal Shah, the co-founder of digital wallet Freecharge, launched a new startup Cred in the year 2018. Now mobile recharge can be done through this app. Remind you that the fintech platform CRED was started with the facility of credit card bill payments. In this, the facility of Mobile Recharge and Bill Payments has come in March this year. Through this app, customers can do mobile recharge without any extra charge.