Here’s how you can benefit from recharging your Airtel number through PayZapp

We've all been regulars at one or the other brick-and-mortar recharge store in our neighbourhoods. Most of us remember having frequented a recharge store at least once a month to get a call balance or data pack top-up for our mobile phone.

But with digital payments gaining centre stage, one no longer has to run to the store for a recharge. You can get a mobile recharge online, using multiple payment wallets, apps or directly via the service provider's website using your Debit or Credit Card.

About HDFC Bank PayZapp

To make the mobile recharge process an easy and hassle-free one, you can also get HDFC Bank PayZapp, a one-stop payment solution. In just a few clicks, you can recharge you Airtel number via PayZapp.

Android and iOS users can download the app from Google Play Store and Apple App Store respectively. Once done, you have to register on the app using your HDFC Bank-registered mobile number, enter necessary details, verify the authentication code sent via SMS and create a 4-12 digit secure PIN.

You can link any bank's Debit or Credit Card with PayZapp, simply by scanning the embossed card or entering the requested details, and get a smooth digital payment experience. Mobile users with an Airtel connection can avail of the best and latest offers available on mobile recharges using PayZapp.

Here's how to recharge Airtel number in five simple steps

Once you open the app on your device:

  • Select the 'Recharge/Bill Pay' option
  • Choose from the mobile recharge or bill pay option of your requirement
  • Enter the mobile number or subscriber/consumer ID
  • Select the service provider/operator and enter the payment amount
  • You the linked Debit/Credit Card to make payment in a single click

You can download Pay Zapp from the Apple App Store by clicking here. Download the PayZapp on the Android Play Store by clicking here.

Click here to read more on how you can recharge your prepaid or postpaid connections.

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