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 Delhi Metro Commuters Can Now Recharge

Delhi Metro commuters, who have an account with ICICI financial institution with a registered mobile quantity, can now prime-up their Delhi Metro smart cards by sending an sms.

“The Delhi Metro Rail agency these days launched the top up facility of Metro sensible cards. With this new facility, the commuters will now be able to top up their sensible cards by means of sending an SMS to 9222208888,” said DMRC govt Director (company communications) Anuj Dayal.

The recharge thru SMS, then again, can most effective be achieved via passengers who’ve an account with ICICI bank with their mobile number registered with the account.

To avail the facility, the passenger needs to ship the SMS within the layout: . The card engraved identification is written on the bottom of the smart card, and the maximum permissible quantity presently is Rs. 1,000.

As soon as the SMS is processed, the passenger will get a confirmatory message from ICICI bank. After this, the passenger will need to go to one of the vital seventy one Delhi Metro stations, and insert the good card at an add value computing device (AVM) put in near a consumer care centre with a view to complete the add worth course of.

Delhi Metro Commuters Can Now Recharge Smart Cards via SMS

Until date, a total of 147 alms are put in at the 71 Delhi Metro stations, which includes 14 stations of Line-1, 15 stations of Line-2, 33 stations of Line-3/four, three stations of Line-5 and 6 stations of Line-6.

The Delhi Metro sensible card prime-up or recharge facility thru SMS was inaugurated on the Barakhamba road Metro station on Thursday through DMRC’s Managing Director Mangu Singh, who obtained the first prime-up executed thru SMS in his personal smart card through sending the SMS and then completing the add worth course of by inserting the card at the AVM on the station.

DMRC has partnered with ICICI financial institution for this SMS top-up facility.

Previously twelve months, Delhi Metro has already launched several how you can facilitate straightforward high-up of sensible playing cards to steer clear of queues and store time at stations.

This includes option of smart card top-up using money/ credit score/ debit card at counter, and credit score/ debit/ web banking using dmrcsmartcard.com.

Right now, about 70 % of the Metro commuters use good playing cards. Roughly, 16,000 smart cards are sold each day from the more than a few stations of the community.