These Dish TV Recharge Offers are expiring this month

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Three third party recharge platform-specific offers that were rolled out earlier this month for Direct to Home (DTH) operator Dish TV customers are expiring at the end of the month. The recharge offers on Amazon Pay, PhonPe and Mobikwik were rolled out earlier this month.

These Dish TV Recharge Offers are expiring this month

Dish TV Mobikwik Offer

Dish TV users recharging their account on Mobikwik can get Rs 30 cashback. The cashback will be valid only for new Mobikwik users and KYC users. DISH30 code needs to be used while transacting with a minimum amount of Rs 100.

Dish TV PhonePe Offer

Dish TV users recharging their account on PhonePe can get rewards of flat Rs 75 PhonePe Switch transaction. The minimum transaction amount needs to be Rs 350 to avail of the offer. A scratch card will be received against the Dish TV recharge which needs to be used while performing a PhonePe Switch transaction on PhonePe to avail the flat cashback offer.

The offer is only valid on one Dish TV recharge during the offer period on PhonePe. It is only valid if the Dish TV recharge is paid through BHIM UPI, Credit or Debit Card, BHIM UPI+Wallet or Debit/Credit Card+Wallet).

Dish TV Amazon Pay Offer

Dish TV customers can get 100% cashback upto Rs 50 on recharging during the period on The offer can only be availed once and is for select customers only. The payment is only applicable through payment methods like BHIM UPI, netbanking, and debit/credit card. Amazon Pay balance won’t be considered for the cashback.

The cashback will be credited within 3 days of completing the payment. The trio Dish TV recharge offers are as of this moment only available till 31st May 2020.

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Basil currently works as the Editor-in-chief at DreamDTH. He likes to write and cover the latest happenings in the Media and Entertainment Industry in India. You can always find him browsing his phone.

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