The ‘Airtel Thanks app’ makes staying home a little easier
This means that you will not go out to meet friends, attend social gatherings, or even order food online if it could be avoided. We must pay special attention to children and the elderly, since they are more prone to the virus due to the weakness of the immune system.
But social distancing doesn’t have to be boring. You can always stay connected with your loved ones through the Internet or phone calls. You can watch all the programs you want and even work from home. In fact, at times like this, it becomes even more important for us to be in contact with our loved ones, so we know that they are well and staying safe. But this leads to the following problem: service refills. While many of us are used to recharging mobile phones online, many still rely on stores to recharge DTH or data cards.
With this in mind, Airtel has made recharging all its services remotely friendly to encourage safe social distancing and in the hope of facilitating its self-quarantine efforts. The Airtel Thanks app allows you to manage and recharge all your Airtel connections without having to leave your home. This includes, prepaid plan, DTH connection, data card, postpaid bills, etc. This is how you can do it
To reload the Airtel Thanks app, follow these easy steps:
Step 1: Install the Airtel Thanks app
Step 2: Click on the “Reload” tab. Choose the service (mobile, internet, DTH) you want to top up.
Step 3: enter your registered mobile phone number or DTH account number
Step 4: select your preferred package
Step 5: Pay online with your debit or credit card, UPI account or Amazon payment account
And you are ready! It really is that simple, and you don’t have to go to a store to top up or pay your bills. The Airtel Thanks app also allows you to carry out other transactions securely from your phone, such as paying electricity and water bills, transferring money to someone, etc. This is Airtel’s bet to facilitate the blocking. You can do the same with someone who cannot do it for themselves, such as help from your home, the caretaker, or even an old man in the neighborhood. Stay safe. Stay connected.
Disclaimer: This article was produced on behalf of
Airtel by the Times Internet Spotlight team.