Did you know that India is one of the fastest developing markets for e-commerce and m-commerce in the Asian region? To understand this one doesn’t really need to refer one of the marketing research companies’ statistics, just look around in your office, college campus, friend circle and relatives and you would find nine out of ten people adopt the online method of conducting their purchases and shopping.
As per government figures available it is shown that about 11% of the online retail sales in 2014 happened via the mobile phone that is only 11% of the people who shopped and purchase online did so using their mobile handset. The figure that was recorded in 2015 against the same parameter was 60% – which meant that 49% more people used their mobile device to get online and shop for products and services in this year. This figure indicates the boom that mobile telephony is experiencing in a growing market like India.
When people shop online they are doing so through either through their prepaid or postpaid connection. All this activity can happen uninterrupted when there is enough data left on the mobile plan. Vodafone recharge and payment of bills need to be done on timely and regular basis to make sure that one can do so without going amiss.
Why is it so important to have the Vodafone recharge done on time?
Now a regular user of the mobile phone will not only know the answer to this question, he/she will appreciate the reason for doing so too. For one, with Vodafone recharge you can be sure that the process will go through with minimal chances of the transaction failing until and unless your credit card or debit card is running out of money or has expired.
What is happening at the backend when a Vodafone recharge transaction is failed?
- During online payment, there are different brackets that are sharing the information with each other.
- Each of these brackets has their own set of security guidelines that the data must meet in order to be accepted by the bracket. Generally we face situations like ‘sessions expired’ or ‘time out’. This is so because one of the brackets in the process failed to intercept and understand the data.
- Often it is the fault of the person who is carrying out the Vodafone It might so happen that he/she has closed the Bank login page browser of pressed ‘refresh’ or the back button resulting in the data getting lost and time out of the session.
- Also the approving bank at times declines the transaction based on the balance that it is holding in the account of the person conducting the recharge. Or there are cases of scheduled or unscheduled downtime that can happen with the merchant, the payment gateway, the issuer or the recharger. In such cases too the gateway is unable to derive or contact the bank and hence the transaction closes out.