Airtel Numbers Can Be Recharged At ATMs, Groceries and Pharmacies Also


The whole nation is under standstill condition due to lockdown because of the coronavirus outbreak. To ensure safety from the virus, the Government has announced a 21-days lockdown.  All shops will reopen on 14th April. Bharti Airtel numbers can recharge ATM.

Work From Home:

Due to lockdown, all the offices have instructed their employees to work from home. To provide an uninterrupted service without going out of their house, companies like Reliance Jio, Vodafone, Airtel has announced new “work from home” plans.

Bharti Airtel numbers can recharge ATM

Bharti Airtel numbers can recharge ATM:

To keep everyone connected in this lockdown, Airtel now offering a new offer for its users. Airtel has announced its users can recharge their phone numbers from nearest ATMs, Groceries or even pharmacies. This will help the users to get hassle-free service without stepping out.

Airtel Partners With Leading Organisations:

Gopal Vittal, CEO of Airtel said lockdown has created problems among users who are solely dependent on retail stores to recharge their phones, as shops will remain close until 14th April. But Airtel has good news for you. Airtel users can now recharge their numbers from ATMs, Groceries, and pharmacies.

Partnered Banks:

To provide a smooth facility, Airtel has partnered with HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank to provide the recharge facility at ATM. Similarly, this telecom giant has also partnered with Big Bazar grocery store and Apollo pharmacy to provide service.

Reliance Jio Numbers Can Also Be Recharged From ATM:

Similar to Airtel, Mukesh Ambani led Reliance Jio has announced this scheme. Reliance Jio has teamed up with nine different banks to provide a recharge facility. According to reports, those nine banks with which Reliance has partnered have 90,000 ATMs all over India. Some of the banks are State Bank Of India, ICICI Banks HDFC Banks, etc.

Bharti Airtel numbers can recharge ATM

CEO Mails Airtel Users:

Airtel CEO had mailed its users saying, “We also recognize that there is a large population that isn’t online and is unable to recharge at their regular retailers. To address that, we have activated several new channels – bank ATMs, pharmacies as well as grocery stores. We also want to thank our partners – HDFC, ICICI, Apollo and Big Bazaar – who has helped us enable this in a span of days”.

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