Today’s post is about Indane gas booking by missed call . So you can now book indane gas with only one ‘missed call’, here is the number.
Is your gas cylinder exhausted? Do you want to book LPG? Or do you have to get a new LPG connection? If yes, then now you can easily do this work with just one missed call. In just a few moments of doing this, your need will be fulfilled. And this is possible only with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of Digital India and in collaboration with the Indian Oil Corporation.
If you want to get a new gas connection, then Indian Oil has made this task quite easy. Now you can take a new connection from just one missed call while sitting at home. For this, Indian Oil has issued a helpline number all over India, on which you can take a new connection by just making a missed call. If you want to refill, you can also book refills from this number.
The process of booking cylinders and getting new connections of customers in the country with the increasing LPG needs will be done through the proposed new missed call service of Indian Oil. It is more convenient and easier as it is the easiest way of booking refills.
So in this article, you will learn about how you can apply for a new gas connection using the Miss Call service of Indian Oil.
How To Apply For New Gas Connection
Indian Oil’s Indane Gas customers can now make bookings for filling LPG Cylinder by just giving a missed call. According to the official statement issued by Indian Oil on Friday, its LPG customers can use a missed call number 8454955555 from anywhere in the country to fill the cylinder. Missed call to the number given below for refill booking and new connection.
Indane Gas Booking By Missed Call Number
If your mobile number is already available or registered in the database of Indian Oil Corporation, your refill will be booked as soon as you make a missed call and after that, you will get an SMS like the image given below.
If your number not registared Kindly read this article Indane Gas Booking Registration Full Process
With this facility, the time it would take to call customers for booking would be saved. They will be able to book only by making missed calls. Also, customers will not be charged for the call, while the existing IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System) call system charges normal call rates.
According to the statement, this facility will provide relief to those people and the elderly who do not find themselves comfortable in the IVRS system. Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan introduced the ‘missed call’ facility at an event held in Bhubaneswar.
On this occasion, he also introduced the second-tier global-grade premium grade petrol (Octane 100). Indian Oil will sell it under the XP-100 brand. On this occasion, Pradhan said that gas agencies and distributors should ensure that the delivery of LPG is done within a day to a few hours.
He also said that the country has come a long way in the case of LPG. The LPG connection was made available to about 43 crore people in the first six decades of 2021. This figure has reached 30 crores in the last six years.
For any query to Indane gas connection transfer contact with customer suppport of Indian Oil.
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