I had tried this method some time back to recharge my NTC number and it had worked flawlessly. So, I've decided to write a review or a walk-through, whatever you may like to call it, for the likes of you who don't know about this service.
The service is pretty self-explanatory though; you just have to make payment to a site through your PayPal (Unverified PayPal works too!) and it will provide you the recharge pin or make bill payments on your behalf. You can view your recharge PIN almost instantly after making the payment. The site I'm talking about is OnlineRechargeCard.com. You might have noticed that the site provides recharge pins of Broadlink, Classic Tech and Smart Cell as well.
First, register on the site and then add the recharge card that you'd like to buy, on your shopping cart by clicking the Add to cart button.
Once you are done, click on Checkout button.Next, click on Continue.
You will now be redirected to PayPal and asked to login to your PayPal account. Just login to your PayPal account and make the payment through PayPal balance.
On the next page, click on Confirm Order button and that's it.
To view the PIN number of your recharge card, do the following :
- Go to Account
- Log in your account (only if not already logged in)
- On My Orders click on View Your Order History
- Click on View button for your recent order. You will get the pin number on the page. (See the picture below)
There you have your recharge Pin number.
The first time I learned about the site, I was very glad that someone had decided to offer such service for Nepalese. PayPal does not support Nepal. As a result, there is not much we, Nepalese can do with it. Even if we cannot withdraw money from PayPal, a service like this helps us in many ways, from saving our hard-earned cash that we have in our hands to making the proper use of money on PayPal account which, otherwise would have been a total waste. The only thing that I think the site could improve on is to reduce the price of the products - it is very expensive if you convert the price to Nepalese Rupees.
The site promises to make bill payments of Post-Paid numbers and ADSL accounts as well. Since, I did receive the recharge pin that I had bought from the site, I see no reason to worry about it. So, you may buy bill-payment service for your ADSL account from the site, if you want to.Note : I'm in no way related to OnlineRechargeCard.com. This is a fair and independent review.