IRCTC to Provides Unlimited Digital Magazines and Newspapers to Passengers railway-news

 

IRCTC to Provides Unlimited Digital Magazines and Newspapers to Passengers

 

February: Continuing with its passenger-friendly measures, Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Ltd(IRCTC), which manages the online e-ticket booking portal www.irctc.co.in for Indian Railways has taken a new initiative to offer unmatched digital reading experience to its 6.6 crores plus users and visitors on its portal www.irctc.co.in. For this, IRCTC has partnered with Magzter, the World’s largest digital magazine newsstand. 
 
Under this partnership, IRCTC users can get unlimited access to 5,000+ best-selling magazines and select newspapers on their smartphones and tablets at an exclusive offer. These magazines spread across 40+ exciting categories including automotive, business, comics, education, entertainment, fashion, fitness, lifestyle, news, politics, science, technology and travel, thereby engaging everyone in the family from 6 to 60+ years of age.  
 
This facility has now become available on www.irctc.co.in.
 
The good news is that IRCTC users/portal visitors are being given the exclusive advantage of availing this existing facility at a heavily discounted price along with customized affordable packages and exclusive 7 days free trial package. One such exclusive offer for IRCTC users/portal visitors is just starting at a price of only Rs 20 plus GST per day journey. The users can choose their packs from various durations – 1 day, 1 week, 1 month or 1 year, and indulge in unlimited reading. IRCTC users can choose their packs from various durations – 1 day at Rs.20 (special pack available only for IRCTC users), 1 week at Rs.30 (special pack available only for IRCTC users), 1 month at Rs.99 (MRP- Rs.399) or 1 year at 499 (MRP- Rs.3,999), and indulge in unlimited reading. The rates are exclusive of taxes.
 
Incidentally, Magzter Inc. is the world's largest and fastest growing self-service, cross-platform digital magazine store and newsstand with over 50 million digital consumers and more than 10,500 magazines from over 4,000 publishers. Apart from leading Indian English magazines, it also offers magazines across all the regional languages including Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati and Urdu. 
 
Apart from magazines, IRCTC users also get access to premium articles curated from best-selling magazines and the latest news from hundreds of trustworthy sources on the Magzter app. 
 
Under the facility, the readers can enjoy unlimited access to superlative content from all the major countries including India, USA, UK, Singapore, Australia, Canada and South Africa on the go. More importantly, once the magazines are downloaded on the device they can be accessed even without an internet connection which will come in handy when the users are travelling. 
 
 
Steps to access Magzter:
 
  1. Open irctc.co.in website.
  2. Click on Digital Magazine link under 'IRCTC Exclusive'.
  3. Click on claim now for 7 days free trial from exciting plans, designed exclusively for IRCTC users on the home screen of IRCTC – Magzter white labelled website.
  4. Enter Mobile No. and verify using OTP.
  5. Log in into Magzter account using credentials viz. Facebook account/email account otherwise click on sign up to create an account for the new user.
  6. After creating an account login into Magzter account.
  7. Click on My Subscriptions under your account to top right end of the screen.
  8. Click on Read 5,000+ magazines to select the magazine from the list.
  9. Click on Read now to read the magazine.
  10. Select the payment plan if not opting for 7-day free trial.
  11. Repeat step no. 6 to 9 to log in and read the magazine.


Posted Date :  06-02-19

Categories : railway-news

Tag Cloud: railway-news

Similar news

The 6 km long Habibganj-Bhopal 3rd line project completed

Bhopal: The third line railways project between Habibganj-Bhopal station is been completed and ready to run. The CRS trolley inspection and speed trial of 5.93 km long Habibganj-Bhopal 3rd line was successfully conducted on November 25, 2020. with a speed of 120 kmph. This is an unimaginable and
Posted Date :  27-11-20

Read more

Indian Railways restore its operations in Punjab

New Delhi: The Indian Railways has decided to restored its train services in Punjab from today onwards.    The railways on monday loaded the half of the dozen freight trains and resumes the operations, it was also mentioned by the Indian Railways that there will be normali
Posted Date :  24-11-20

Read more

IRCTC resumes the operation of Tejas Express

New Delhi: The Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC), a PSU of the Ministry of Railways restarted the operation of its fleet of Tejas Express trains (Lucknow-New Delhi & Ahmedabad-Mumbai) again wef 17.10.2020 for the service of the people as the COVID situation app
Posted Date :  23-11-20

Read more

Indian Railways suffers from Rs 1670 crore of loss

New Delhi: Indian Railways showed Rs 1,670 crore of loss since the farmers have started the farm protest against the farm law passed by the parliament. And this is not the end, the farmer's organizations in Punjab are refusing to stop the agitation against this.    This whol
Posted Date :  17-11-20

Read more

Railway passengers facing issues due to protest by Punjab farmers

New Delhi: Indian Railways showed that the heavy numbers of passengers faced an issue due to the ongoing protest by the Punjab farmers, around 1,987 passengers, 3,090 goods trains terminated due to this.    Official states that the Indian Railways has faced Rs 1,670 crore of los
Posted Date :  17-11-20

Read more

Railway Launches iMudra Visa Prepaid card cum Wallet

New Delhi: India is expected to clock the fastest growth in digital payments transaction value between 2019-2023 with a compound annual growth of 20.2% according to a recent Assocham-PWC India study. The Indian Railways in a step further towards promoting the digital payment initiatives of the Ce
Posted Date :  03-08-19

Read more