India’s renowned digital, financial services platform Paytm has today announced exciting cashback rewards and discount vouchers on DTH recharges for the upcoming cricket season.
New users will be able to avail Paytm’s ‘2 pe 200 cashback offer‘ wherein they will get assured cashback of up to Rs. 100 on two recharges for consecutive months. In contrast, existing users can win guaranteed discount vouchers from top brands and Paytm First Points on every recharge.
These offers are applicable on recharges for all subscription plans prepaid from Airtel Digital TV, Tata Sky, Dish TV, Videocon D2H and Sun Direct.
For ensuring better user convenience, Paytm has recently enhanced its D2H Recharge payment experience with new features such as 2-step instant recharges and timely reminders.
Users need to simply choose their service provider and enter the desired amount to make payments. Unlike other platforms which restrict users to UPI, Paytm gives its users the flexibility to select their preferred payment mode from Paytm UPI, Paytm Wallet, debit and credit cards, or net banking.
Users can also choose to pay using the post-paid feature, which enables them to recharge now and pay later. Paytm also seamlessly reminds the users about their plan expirations to ensure that they are always connected.
Paytm spokesperson said, “Our superior technology infrastructure offers the best recharge experience to users across all service providers. This has helped us achieve a customer repeat rate of over 90%. With a host of new offers and 2-step instant recharge, we are aiming to reach new users and further increase repeat transactions from our existing users.”
Paytm is a pioneer in DTH recharges and continues to serve millions of users in this segment. Paytm users can also make payments for their electricity bills, credit card bills, cylinder bookings and many more day-to-day needs from the comfort of their home.
All of this comes with a fast, safe, secure, and rewarding experience built by India’s top technology minds to serve the whole of India.