Book A Gas Cylinder By A Missed Call
Now you can also book a Gas Cylinder by making a Missed Call. This facility has been launched by Indane Gas for its customers. So now you can book a bottle of Indane Gas with just one missed call. Not only that, a missed call will also get a new gas connection (New LPG connection).
Customers will have to use their registered mobile number to avail this service of Indane Gas.
A new number has also been announced by the gas company for this. Now if you make a missed call from a mobile number registered with your company, your gas bottle will be booked.
Indane Gas officials said the service has been operational since February 1. If the customer makes a missed call to the number declared by the company, the gas cylinder will be booked. All the customer has to keep in mind is to make a missed call from the same mobile number that is registered with the gas agency. The system will not be able to make your booking if you make a missed call from another mobile number.
The company has also set up a center for this service. As the customer will make a missed call he will inform the agency of the customer through the server. The customer will also be able to get their gas booking information through it. The company believes that the missed call service will greatly benefit customers and they will be able to book gas cylinders easily. To avail this service from the company, customers will have to make a missed call to 8454955555. A new gas connection can also be taken from the same number.
Indian LPG Gas Cylinder Refill Booking: Now, booking a LPG LPG refill cylinder is only a missed call away for all LPG gas customers. Indian Oil LPG customers anywhere in the country can use a single missed call number – 8454955555 for refill booking. Booking refilling through missed calls is a quick way to book with customers without making long calls.
Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan introduced a missed call facility for LPG customers at an event in Bhubaneswar.
Also, no call charges are levied on customers as compared to IVRS calls where normal call rate is applicable. The statement said the facility would be of great help to customers of IVRS or old age homes as well as those who are not equipped in rural areas.
It also launched the second phase of the world-class premium grade petrol (Octane 100), known as the XP 100 by Indian Oil for high-end cars.
In this second phase, Indian Oil Corporation’s branded XP100, which was launched in the national capital last month, was launched in seven more cities, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kochi, Indore and Bhubaneswar.
The missed call service was also launched in Bhubaneshwar to get a new LPG connection and soon it will be extended across the country.
Speaking on the occasion, the minister requested gas agencies and distributors to reduce the duration of LPG distribution from one day to a few hours. He further said that the country has come a long way in LPG. The LPG connections provided in the six decades prior to 2014 were around 13 crores and have grown to 30 crores in the last six years.