Tune Talk Finds New Way to Eliminate the Hassles of Traditional Top-up Methods
For those who have used or are still using mobile prepaid numbers, we are pretty sure you have experienced the hassles of purchasing a reload or top-up card at a 7Eleven or mobile kiosk. To help ensure prepaid subscribers never run out of credits and eliminate the hassle and waste of time, Tune Talk in collaboration with PayPal, has unveiled a cashless auto top-up service.
With this new service, Tune Talk subscribers can also use PayPal as a digital wallet and top-up their mobile accounts using the Auto Top-Up service. To start using this service, all they have to do is sign up for a free PayPal account and link it to their credit or debit card. After that step is completed, they must then log on to www.tunetalk.com and choose to top-up their prepaid mobile accounts online with PayPal.
Once they signed up with the Auto Top Up service, subscribers can then set standing instructions for the top-up value of RM10, RM20, RM30 and RM50 to RM100, as they would in a regular online banking transactions. This service also provides added flexibility of setting a minimum threshold limit for default top-up. For example, if a threshold is RM10, once a subscriber's credit drops below RM10, it will automatically be topped up, which helps prevent being cut-off during phone calls.
“We are proud to have this collaboration with PayPal, a globally renowned online payment company. With this new and innovative service, Tune Talk subscribers can now enjoy post-paid privilege on our prepaid service, thanks to the Auto Top Up feature which ensures talk time credit to be always available, anytime and anywhere. We are always looking for ways to provide our subscribers with utmost convenience and great service experience. Now, Tune Talk subscribers could talk all day long and top up at any time of the day as there is no closing time with this service, unlike physical outlets,” said Jason Lo, Tune Talk CEO.
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