Google on This February launched a new service in India.one that lets users find and compare mobile prepaid packs, and even recharge, directly from their Search. This Google Search mobile recharge feature is currently now available only for signed-in Android users, and it collected prepaid plans from all major telcoms like an Airtel, Vodafone-Idea, Reliance Jio, and BSNL – across the all over India. This new search feature enables users in India to discover, compare, and recharge prepaid mobile plans using Google Search Engine. The tech giant will not only allow users to recharge their own number, but it lets you recharge another person’s prepaid plan also made the possibilities.
To use this feature, the user must type a search query like ‘prepaid mobile recharge’, ‘sim recharge’ or other related queries on their Android device only now available. The search result will then show a Mobile Recharge section, where users will have to fill in key fields such as phone number, operator, and the circle, then hit ‘Browse plans’. Google will then show you all the prepaid plans available by that operator and the preferred plan can be chosen from the list.
Sort Method :
- Go to Google
- Search Sim Recharge
- Enter your prepaid number
- Select the Operator and Circle
- Now click browse plans
- Then you got the best Cashback offers from different recharge providers.
After a user chooses a plan, they are given a list of valid offers from all the compatible providers who can fulfil the selected of the plan. The user can then tap a provider to complete checkout through the service provider’s app or mobile browser site. Providers like FreeCharge, MobiKwik, Google Pay, and Paytm are currently listed in this google’s search, and the operators like Reliance Jio, Vodafone-Idea, Airtel, and BSNL are compatible with this featurd in all over india.
When the user completes the transaction, the provider’s confirmation page includes with a Back to Google button that directs the user back to the google Search page. On the confirmation page, users are also given access to customer support information about to the recharge. We still cannot see this feature on all Android phone, but we expect it to roll out to all eligible users soon. Google is expected to add more carrier partners and more payment provider options in the future and it will also add other countries too.