Independent telecommunications service provider Nashua Mobile has completely revamped its popular ‘Click2Recharge’ online service to make it simpler, faster and more convenient for anyone to buy prepaid airtime for themselves or for an employee, friend, or family member.
The service currently allows corporate and individual customers to buy prepaid airtime for MTN, Vodacom and Cell C through the Nashua Mobile website. Nashua Mobile will soon add other prepaid services from 8ta and Neotel as well as prepaid electricity to the list of products customers can purchase online. The current service allows customers to make multiple recharges with the click of a mouse.
Nashua Mobile contract customers can pay for the airtime when they pay their monthly bill. This service is also offered to prepaid and non-Nashua Mobile customers via credit card payment. Click2Recharge aims to provide customers with a secure and user friendly way of buying and sending airtime.
Click2Recharge is quick, easy and incredibly convenient as purchases can be made from almost anywhere via a PC, tablet or even a mobile phone. There is no risk of theft or loss of recharge vouchers. Customers can buy airtime 24/7 for as many phones as required and view real-time information to see how much money they are spending on prepaid airtime.
Says Chris Radley, Managing Director at Nashua Mobile: “The Click2Recharge service has proven popular over the past seven years. However, as we see more of our customers moving to top-up contracts, where ad-hoc airtime purchases during the month are required, we felt that it was time to upgrade and improve the service to make it slicker, more responsive and easier to use than ever before.
“Whether you are paying for staff airtime or buying airtime for yourself, this is the fastest and easiest way to recharge on the three largest networks. It’s especially powerful for company financial administrators since it helps them to better manage their cellular budgets through tighter control over spending and increased visibility into transaction information. It’s a free service, so all you pay for is the airtime.”