I'm sorry, I didn't hear that
(PRWeb UK) July 12, 2010
The problem with making an Orange top up, O2 top up, T mobile top up or 3 top up has always been twofold: reliability, and accessibility. The reliability of a mobile top up from any one of the leading brands is called into question every time a robot voice on the other end of the ‘phone demands that a user repeat what he or she has just said – the “I’m sorry, I didn’t hear that” recorded message that means the whole process is going to have to start over again.
The accessibility of an Orange top up, or a T Mobile top up (yes, and an O2 top up, or a 3 top up, or a physical in store top up with any of the main brands) is equally questionable. If, for example, a customer works hours that prevent him or her from getting to a store while it is open, they are going to find it very difficult to put credit on their phone.
This, then, is where Topups247 is making a change for the better: in the catchall area of “convenience”, which is what mobile telephones were supposed to be about in the first place. Try telling that to someone who has just spent three hours trying to make an Orange top up, while the automated woman-voice on the other end harps on about not being able to understand what he or she the customer) is saying: a Sisyphus-like ordeal that invariably ends up with eighteen separate top up requests suddenly charging the poor fellow (or fellow-ess)’s bank account all at once. Topups247, thank God, has realised what madness that way lies, and is finally offering long-suffering beaters of heads against the brick wall of phone-base top ups an alternative.
It’s so simple it’s a miracle it’s taken this long for people to start doing it. On the Topups247 site, making an O2 top up, a 3 top up, a T Mobile top up or an Orange top up takes minutes, the first time, and seconds the next. A customer simply registers, inputs his or her details, finds the service brand they use, and requests a top up. A few minutes later, a top up voucher is texted to the handset in question and presto! – all done. Why it couldn’t have been that way years ago is a mystery.
Topups247 is a secure mobile top ups website that send SMS top-up vouchers for all main mobile networks straight to a customer’s phone.
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