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Multi recharging using virtual number(long code) is a dynamic approach for online recharge system. Multi recharging app is to overcome the limitations with possible outcomes and to minimize the waiting time and to make it comfortable for both the mobile users and mobile recharge service providers. Using this application we can recharge our prepaid mobile, post-paid bills, DTH bills, Data card recharge etc. Such an application would be available to mobile user on a single touch, and the user can recharge their mobile simply by sending recharge SMS to the recharge providers number, so that mobile user need not login into respective provider’s site every time. This project uses GPRS (high-speed packet data technology allows for the sending and receiving of data at much higher speed than available today), Long code (10 digit virtual number which is a reception mechanism used by business people to receive text messages). This application is mainly to provide long term relationship with the customer.
Index Terms: Mobile, Service provider, Multi recharge.
In the history of mobile communication technology, Wireless network is the fastest growing one. For cell phone users, there are two types of services such as prepaid and post-paid offered by the mobile phone operators. Prepaid service is commonly used among the people. In case of prepaid service, cell phone users have to maintain a certain balance of money to use some facility. Here comes the idea of mobile phone recharge. People often find it difficult to recharge because of lack of recharge centres, the user need to travel for a long distances to buy a recharge card etc. Nowadays, with the development of web services people gets varieties of services sitting home. Mobile recharge is one of the most frequent demands for most of the people, hence this service also helps the service provider for gaining some profit. In the existing system, people should send a request to the recharge service provider using webpage by providing the details such as country code, mobile number and payment using credit card. But recharge service providers should recharge the mobile phones by physically and they have to wait for certain time, which is occasionally not acceptable. So here we are creating an app called multi recharging in which the user can recharge to their mobile by sending SMS. Our aim is to overcome the limitations with possible outcomes and to reduce the waiting time and make it comfortable for both the customer and mobile recharge service providers.


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