Now, you’ll be able to recharge your Vodafone prepaid card at a post office in Kerala. According to a report in TelecomTalk, Vodafone has announced a tie-up with Kerala’s Department of Posts where they will keep recharge vouchers for prepaid customers to refill their accounts. Also Read - Vi prepaid recharge plans July 2021: List of all Vi recharge plans under Rs 500 with benefits, validity
Prepaid vouchers of various denominations, ranging from Rs 7 to Rs 1,001 will be made available. This is primarily done for users who still aren’t Internet-friendly and have not got the knack of online recharge. The aim is to save users the effort of looking for a Vodafone Store every time they need to recharge. Post offices are, relatively more widespread in our country. India boasts the largest connected postal system in the world and Vodafone looks to leverage from that to reach out to its prepaid customers. Also Read - Airtel vs Jio vs Vi: Best prepaid plan offering 2GB of daily data and other benefits
S. Murali, Business Head – Kerala, Vodafone India said in the report, “At Vodafone we adopt a Customer First motto, where the customer and his/ her requirements are the core of all that we do. We constantly try to come up with innovative products and services relevant to the needs of our customers. We have introduced this recharge facility at post offices to ease the life of our pre-paid customers and offer them the facility of recharging while they are at or passing by a post office, thereby enabling a quick and efficient mode of recharge. We are looking at extending this service to more locations in Kerala.” Also Read - Jio maintains lead in 4G download speed, Vi in upload in May: TRAI
While Vodafone plans on offering recharge vouchers at all post offices in Kerala, it will initially begin this initiative with 243 post offices in South Kerala. Within the next two months, roll out across Kerala should be completed, the company said.