Do you know that it is possible to cancel your train ticket even after the chart has been prepared? If your answer is NO, then let’s check out in this post how to do so?
- Keep in mind following details can be changed/updated/revised at any time by Indian Railways. You should always check the official rules on the IRCTC website or try searching using this link. Don’t take everything written here for granted, gather your own information.
- As per Indian Railways Official Website EFT stands for Excess Ticket Fare. These are the paper tickets issued to passengers found travelling without tickets or with improper tickets by the checking staff in trains or at stations. In emergent circumstances when printed card tickets and blank paper tickets are out of stock passengers should be issued excess fare tickets on collection of fares due at the starting station entitling them to travel on the authority of this ticket. These tickets are in three foils and prepared with the aid of double sided carbon paper. The first foil is for ‘Accounts’, the second for ‘Passenger’ and the third is for ‘Record’.
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If you want to convert your AirTel Postpaid connection to prepaid, then let’s check out in this post how to do so? AirTel’s official website doesn’t have a migration form like Vodafone, so you are required to follow these steps:
Update: If you’d like to file complaint against Vodafone then check out THIS VIDEO.
If you want to switch from Vodafone postpaid to prepaid connection, then let’s check out in this post how to do so?
1. You need to fill in and sign a Migration Form, which can be downloaded from here or here. Submit this form at your nearest Vodafone Store and wait for some days for the migration process to complete.