Cashback on pre-booking of LPG Cylinder; Check details...
If you book the gas cylinder through Amazon Pay, then you can do a lot of savings. Through this, you will be able to save your 50 rupees.
New Delhi: If you book your gas cylinder from home, then you are going to benefit immensely. Yes, you can get gas cylinder cheaply by booking online. Actually, if you book a gas cylinder through Amazon Pay, then you will get a cashback of up to 50 rupees. However, this cashback will be given to you only on the first booking.
Indane gave this information to customers:
Government oil company Indane has informed its customers through Twitter that now consumers can book LPG gas cylinders through Amazon Pay. You can also make online payments. The company said that customers will also be given a cashback of Rs 50 for booking a gas cylinder through Amazon Pay. This cashback will be given only on first booking. So let us tell you how you can book a cylinder.
Booking on AMazon and cash back:
To book gas, you must first go to the payment option of the Amazon app. After this, the gas service provider has to be selected here. Then enter your registered mobile number or LPG number. Keep in mind that you have to pay through Amazon Pay.
Explain that the state-run oil company Indane has also issued a new number of gas cylinder booking. LPG consumers have been sent a new number for booking on their mobile number. Through this, customers can book gas cylinders for gas refills.
Let us also tell you that from November 1, the entire process of delivery of LPG gas cylinders is going to change. From November 1, OTP will become mandatory for delivery of LPG Cylinder in 100 Smart Cities across the country. Actually, the government aims to reach the right consumer to the gas cylinder. To ensure this, a new system is being implemented.
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