Nashua Mobile Click2Recharge service revamped

Nashua Mobile has revamped their Click2Recharge online prepaid airtime service

By - March 19, 2012
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Nashua Mobile has revamped its popular ‘Click2Recharge’ online service, making it simpler for anyone to buy prepaid airtime for themselves, an employee, friend, or family member.

The service 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.

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.

Customers can buy airtime 24/7 for as many phones as required, and can view real-time information to see how much money they are spending on prepaid airtime.

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