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Vodafone Idea ltd India introduces contactless recharge plans option for retail stores

Vodafone Idea ltd India has introduced the first contactless mobile recharging facility in its stores to ensure that social distance is maintained.

As per Official Vodafone idea news, to ensure that social distance is maintained, Vodafone Idea limited has introduced the contactless recharging facility in its retail stores.
Vodafone Idea ltd India has introduced the first contactless mobile recharging facility in its stores to ensure that social distance is maintained

Nobody in the telecommunications sector is doing it right now. Typically, when you recharge vodafone idea at retail store, the store executive or owner provides the device to enter your phone number and then process the vodafone idea online recharge.

But this is no longer an option, as there is a risk of coming into contact with a person infected with COVID-19 corona virus.

That's why Vodafone Idea limited has enabled the Smart Connect application for voice. So instead of taking the phone in your hands to enter the number, you can speak it at a safe distance and the app will recognize it and write it for you.

How to get Vodafone Idea Retail Outlets contactless recharge?
When the Smart Connect Retailer app opens for recharging, you are asked to enter the number. To ensure the accuracy of the number entered, the dealer asks the customer to enter it.

But now, the client will say the number and the application will automatically write it. However, there are no reviews available on the accuracy of the app when recording audio numbers.

All open stores in the green and red areas will provide this facility. This is the only change you'll find when you voddafone idea online recharge your phone number through a retail store; everything else will remain the same.

Voice option to support Hindi and English
Many people may not speak numbers in English. This is why the company allowed the app to recognize Hindi numbers as well. In the near future, Vodafone Idea will equip the app with multiple languages to allow people from all over India to recharge their devices.

Vodafone Idea's Chief Operating Officer (COO) Ambrish Jain said the telecommunications company is committed to innovating its services and helping its 300 million customers in times of crisis.

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