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Mobile & DTH Recharge


The mobile recharge and bill payments now become much easier with Ezy2Recharge !
Register with Ezy2Recharge and become our direct customer.

What is the benefit of being our customer?
  • * You can recharge any prepaid mobile number or pay your BSNL mobile postpaid/Landline or yours mobile  postpaid bills via Ezy2Recharge 24X7.

    * Recharge/Bill pay terminals are; Website, Desktop App, Mobile (Android/Java)

  • Is there any Bonus points or Benefit for recharging with Ezy2Recharge?

    * Yes. You can get from 1% to 2% depend upon your topup amount withus.

    We need to pay any amount as Caution Deposit? 

    No. But, you have to pay for the one time software setup fee Rs.300/-

    If any recharge not done, what to do next?

    Very easy. Go to Recharge history in your panel, use Dispute option to get reversal.

    What would be the renewal amount?

    Zero. And, every transaction you can check using Recharge History.

    How I can get topup when I need?

    Easy. Cash deposit or NEFT can be done with our IOB A/C. For details, Cilck "Our Banker".

    I wish to become D2H Distributor, What would be next?

    Very Easier. Just Signup with Ezy2Recharge, verify your mobile number, create Security Pin.
    No Caution Deposit. 

    What is the benefit of a D2H Distributor?

    1% and above.

    For further details, Please contact us:


Industry Overview

The telecom industry in India is growing at breakneck speed, and the majority of the growth is contributed by the wireless or mobile segment.

As per the TRAI latest release India is having 91 Cr Telecom Subscribers out of 88 Cr are Mobile Subscribers. What is even more interesting is that a majority of the wireless connections, almost 95% of them are prepaid

Given an ARPU of around Rs 300, we can assume that an average recharge is Rs 300 per month, or Rs 3600 per year. Based on these numbers, the recharge industry size works out to be approximately Rs. 3 Lakh Cr per year.

Talking of DTH, though the number of players in this sector are few, they are also reportedly expanding at 50-60%. India's TV viewership is believed to be the second highest in the world and is expected to swell up to 5 – 6 Cr by the end of 2012. The installed base of DTH is very small compared to this number. So, this space also remains mostly untapped and could offer a big opportunity.