Broadband service provider RailWire has announced a new feature to allow its customers to recharge their RailWire accounts online through various digital e-wallets. The company collaborated with NCPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) and integrated the API (Application Programming Interface) with various e-wallets to facilitate online recharges for RailWire subscribers.
The broadband provider is also emailing its customers to let them know about this new feature. The email reads, “Glad to share that after putting relentless efforts for signing off with NCPCI and then API integration, RailWire subscribers can now do online recharge through digital e-wallets. RailWire is now featured under the Broadband section of various wallets like Paytm, Google Pay, BHIM, Amazon Pay, PhonePe, etc. for facilitating online recharges for RailWire subscribers.”
RailWire customers can now find RailWire under the Broadband section of popular e-wallets, including Paytm, Google Pay, BHIM, Amazon Pay, PhonePe, and more. Users can pay using their preferred mode of payment. This will make the recharge process more convenient and hassle-free for the RailWire customers. However, to change the RailWire plan, customers still need to contact their Local Cable Operator (LCO).
RailWire is one of the leading broadband service providers in India that offers high-speed internet access to over 25 circles across the country. RailWire’s online recharge feature through various digital e-wallets is a welcome addition to its existing services and will enhance the customer experience.