Multi-Links Telkom has introduced virtual recharge to make life easier for subscribers on its network.
A press statement from the telco endorsed by the General Manager, Corporate Affairs, Mr. Tayo Ekundayo said, that with the latest recharge option, subscribers on the Multi-Links Telkom could now enjoy a more flexible way of sustained and stable availability of recharge no matter where they are.
The virtual recharge solution enables customers to recharge their mobile handset credit account through the Internet without the need of having to purchase physical recharge cards.
The Chief Executive Officer, Multi-Links Telkom, Mr. Justin Ramayia, assured that the Internet recharge solution is one of the different valued added products being introduced to make the services of the company more dynamic and user friendly.
Justin expressed delight at the new offering which empowers the customers of Multi-Links Telkom to take ownership of the recharge process even right in the comfort of their domains. He assured that the customer-centric focus of Multi-Links Telkom has made it compelling for the company to proactively develop products that will always delight its customers.
Noting that this is the first phase of its electronic recharge rollout, the Multi-Links Telkom boss said all holders of Interswitch branded ATM bank card have been linked to the Internet recharge solution. And to access this recharge option, he said that Multi-Links Telkom subscribers can visit www.PrePaidNigeria.com site.
At the site, customers are expected to follow easy steps to purchase electronic recharge PINs in any denomination from the comfort of their home, office or cybercafé with the use of their bank’s ATM card.
He noted as well that the virtual recharging has entrenched security features which make it very safe and secure for all patrons of the new product.
The new product was developed for Multi-Links in partnership with Prepaidnigeria; a company renowned for e-Voucher purchase by individuals, groups and corporate institutions.
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