You no longer need to visit a gas agency to get a two-cylinder LPG connection (DBC). If you are using an indine cylinder and want to have an extra cylinder for emergencies, your delivery boy will give you the option of converting it to a two-cylinder connection in your home. In this, you can also choose a 5 kg cylinder instead of a 14.2 kg cylinder, if you prefer.
Give Missed Call 8454955555 for new contact
If you need LPG connection from the Public Sector Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), you should give the missed call to bus-8454955555. With this, existing customers can book an LPG cylinder fill by issuing a ‘missed call’ through a registered phone number. IOC President SM Vaidya on Monday launched a ‘missed call’ service to provide new LPG connections across the country. According to the company’s statement released on Monday, they have opened a facility for customers to provide a two-cylinder connection (DBC) to their doorstep.
5 kg cylinder option
Under this initiative, the distribution staff will offer customers with a single cylinder connection an option to convert to a two-cylinder connection. Interested customers may choose to use the 5kg cylinder instead of the 14.2kg cylinder for use when needed. According to the statement, “The IOC has extended its Missed Call facility to all domestic customers to obtain a new LPG connection. Potential customers across the country can make a missed call to 8454955555. Currently, the IOC is the only oil marketing company to offer this facility.
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Launched this initiative for customers across the country, “For a company with a broad customer base, it is our constant effort to make today’s experience better than yesterday. We are constantly using technology to provide sophisticated facilities to Indane customers. Missed calls were introduced in January 2021 for the convenience of booking gas cylinder refills nationwide and new contacts in select markets. This initiative saves customers time and makes registering for a new connection simple and cost effective.
Booking and payment via Amazon and PayTM
“This will benefit especially elderly customers and people living in villages. Gas refills can be booked and paid through PayTM via WhatsApp (7588888824), SMS / IVRS (7718955555) or Alexa.