New Delhi. LPG cylinder: Now there is no need to worry after the gas cylinder is finished. Now you can book a gas cylinder with just one missed call. Indane Guess has started this facility for its customers. Indane Gas officials have said that this service has been started from 1 February. Now you can book Indane Gas just by making a missed call. With this, you will get a new connection only if you make a missed call. To avail of this facility of Indane Gas, you only have to use your registered mobile number. Indane Gas has released a new number for this facility. Now if you make a missed call from your registered mobile number to the company’s issued mobile number, then your Gas cylinder will be booked.
Indian Oil LPG customers can now book their cylinder from any part of the country by simply making a missed call. The number issued by Indane for missed calls – 8454955555 – is. Gas cylinder book will be easily available through missed call. Like before, now customers will not have to hold the call for long.
Also, one advantage of booking through missed calls is that like IVRS calls, customers will not have to pay any extra charge. This facility will make it easier to book LPG gas for those who face difficulties in IVRS calls. Also, a facility will be available for elderly people.
World-Class Quality Petrol will also be found in these 7 cities
Last month, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has also unveiled the second phase of World Class Premium Grade Petrol (Octane 100), branded as XP100 by Indian Oil. This will be for Petrel high-end cars. In the second phase, XP100 has been launched in 7 other cities – Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kochi, Indore, and Bhubaneswar. First of all, it has been launched for the capital Delhi.
LPG connection reached 17 crore people in 6 years
The missed call service for the LPG connection in Bhubaneswar was launched only last month. Very soon it will be launched in other cities of the country. Dharmendra Pradhan had said that gas agencies and distributors should ensure that the duration of gas delivery is reduced from a day to a few hours. He further said that the country has come to a long-distance regarding LPG. Before 2014, 2 million people had LPG connections in almost 6 decades. Now it has risen to 30 crores in the last 6 years.