|True Move SIM Card Shop at Don Mueang Airport Bangkok|
This Thai business has taken all the trouble out of doing a top up (recharge) of a Thai prepaid SIM from anywhere in the world. See the advantages -
- You get what you pay
If I pay 100 THB to MobileTopUp.com to recharge my Thai SIM, I get a full 100 THB credited to my Mobile account. No commission, no service charges, no deduction.
- Online Payments Really Work
I was able to make an online payment from India using my Citi credit card to MobileTopUp.com to recharge my True Move prepaid SIM. I paid 100 THB, got a balance credit of 100 THB and the validity of the number got extended by 30 days, just like I would have got by doing a top up at a 7-Eleven in Thailand.
- All Thai Mobile Operators Supported
MobileTopUp.com supports AIS, DTAC, 12Call, and True Move.
- Many Payment Options
Payment to MobileTopUp.com can be made using your Visa or Master Card (debit or credit), PayPal, or even Bitcoin.
- Can Register on Website
You can register on MobileTopUp.com and have the benefit of saved transaction history and quicker subsequent top ups, and even a regular scheduled top up, say every month.
How To Type SIM number on MobileTopUp.com
+66 is already displayed on MobileTopUp.com. You need to enter your number without a zero. Even if the SIM pack shows your number as 0xxx xxx xxx, you do not need to enter zero here for the top up.
Just a few things to note. Check the validity extension scheme of your mobile operator before doing a recharge. The validity extension will vary across mobile operators and also varies according to the amount of recharge. For example, a 100 THB recharge may get only 30 days validity but a 300 THB recharge may get 90 days. Remember to store your Thai SIM number in a separate place, like on a written note or online before leaving Thailand. Also check the remaining validity of the Thai SIM so that you can do the next top up before the validity expires.
|Posted by Narinder Singh|