The process to recharge DTH is becoming simpler with passing days. When DTH came out for the first time, android apps were not there. Even smartphones did not come out until 2008-09. So there was no way in which you could access the Internet easily to pay bills. Also, the concept of mobile wallets was not familiar at that time. But times have changed a lot now. Now you have plenty of options for a DTH recharge.
Let us check out some of the best options for you to recharge your DTH and enjoy amazing content.
- Recharge through your net banking portals – One of the ways to recharge your DTH connection is to your desktop and recharge through your net banking. It is one of the safest bets. The money would be transferred from your bank account directly to your operator. You will find options to enter your user id and operator name. If you have some reward points in your debit or credit card, you can use that too for applying some discount. Banks even have their apps today. You can use these apps in a very similar way.
- Recharge on the websites of your operator – Every DTH service provider has a dedicated website. You will find lots of options on these websites – to start a new connection, options for stopping or relocating the connection and recharging your DTH among others. If you are using Airtel DTH, you will find a recharge option on the menu, where you can pay for your DTH services. Airtel Money wallet will even offer you interesting discounts on every recharge. This is one of the best ways to recharge your DTH service.
- Recharge through mobile wallets – Another way is to recharge through a group of apps that allow mobile wallets. However, before using these mobile wallets, you would need to do your KYC, according to the RBI regulations. Once you have done that, you can pay for your DTH either directly from your bank account or these wallets. The best app is Airtel Thanks. This app will not only allow you to recharge if you are an Airtel subscriber but for others as well. Along with that, this app is a hub for entertainment – you will find movies, TV shows and music streaming directly on the app.
- Recharging through UPI apps – Ever since UPI or Unified Payments Interface has been here, payments and fund transfers have become very easy. All you need to do is create a Virtual Payments Address or VPA and make payments with the help of that. You can use these apps if you do not want to offer KYC information for wallet creation.
These are some of the ways you can use for your DTH recharge. If you are recharging for Airtel, you have a lot of different ways to recharge your services.