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Uninor Recharge

 

ICICI Bank Quick Pay - An easy way to recharge your Uninor mobile online

Planning to recharge your Uninor mobile online? Make sure you use the ICICI Bank Quick Pay service. It is the best and the smartest way to manage all your utility bills online at the time of your choice. All you need to do is log on to www.icicibank.com and locate the Quick Pay service under the 'Personal Banking' section. Select 'Uninor Prepaid Recharge' as your Telecom provider and submit and just follow the screens. You have finally recharged your Uninor mobile successfully.


Reasons why you need to choose ICICI Bank Quick Pay service to make a Uninor online recharge

  • No need to stand in long unending queues
  • The recharge is done from the comfort of your home
  • All you need is an ICICI Bank Net Banking ID and password

While making a payment, make sure the details you provide are accurate. Incorrect details may cause an not-error, thereby resulting in a wrong payment. ICICI Bank takes no responsibility of incorrectly made payments. You are requested to make your payment atleast 2 working days prior to the due date


Points to Remember

  • If the payment made is not successful, the paid amount will be transferred back to your account within a period of 5 working days.
  • You cannot access the Quick Pay service without a valid ICICI Bank Net Banking ID and password.

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