Mumbai Metro Commuters Can Now Recharge Smart Cards Online

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Old 26-Dec-2014
Mumbai Metro Commuters Can Now Recharge Smart Cards Online

Mumbai Metro One has launched an online top-up facility for smart cards whereby commuters can recharge their cards through Internet-enabled mobile phones and computers.
"The company has launched the top-up facility of CSC and the online recharge services will be available to smart card users with over 50 banks," a release said on Thursday.

The services will be led by ICICI Bank and State Bank of India through their payment gateway services. Commuters will be able to pay from more than 50 banks through Internet banking, debit cards and credit cards, it said.

"This is the latest addition to our volley of commuter friendly and innovative products introduced since the launch of Mumbai Metro. We always strive to bring value addition and ensure comfort to the commuters with help of advanced technology and our partners," MMOPL spokesperson said.

The company, a subsidiary of Reliance Infrastructure, will introduce similar services for the trip-based passes in the future, the spokesperson added.

Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) launched its online recharge facility for smart cards back in May last year.

After completing the top up process, the commuters will be able to check if their recharge was successful via Ticket Reader-cum-Add Value machines.

DMRC had partnered with ICICI Bank for the launch of the online automated fare collection process and the bank has integrated its payment gateway with the two websites for recharging smart cards through the Internet.

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