IRCTC or Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation, the e-ticketing arm of Indian Railways, has set certain rules for booking and cancellation of train tickets. Passengers can book a ticket up to 120 days in advance for all classes and trains, according to IRCTC’s website – irctc.co.in.
For such bookings, IRCTC offers several payment options which can be used as per user’s convenience, such as net banking, cards payment, e-wallet service, digital wallets. A person booking a train ticket from the IRCTC e-ticketing website may sometimes face difficulties while paying the booking amount due to the high number of transactions per second. This may result in payment failure.
The online payment at IRCTC involves complex system of technical and telecommunication networking integration between customer’s Internet bandwidth Read More
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