Indane Gas launches new booking number across India today

Customers of the country's largest petroleum company Indane will not be able to book gas at the old number from today. To book gas refill, Indane has sent a new number 7718955555 to all its customers on their registered mobile number.

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Published on 1 Nov 2020 6:13 AM GMT

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New Delhi: From 1 November the booking of LPG cylinders, the railway's timetable and the rules of banks are also going to change. Indane Gas has released a number for its customers across the country, from today customers will be able to book their LPG cylinders at this number.

Indane LPG Services changed the booking number:

Along with this, Bank of Baroda is also going to change many rules related to accounts for its customers. Customers of the country's largest petroleum company Indane will not be able to book gas at the old number from today. To book gas refill, Indane has sent a new number 7718955555 to all its customers on their registered mobile number.

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LPG refill booking:

Now only this number can be used for gas booking through IVR or SMS. Earlier, different numbers in different circles of the country were used for LPG refill booking.

Starting today, Indane Gas customers across the country will have to call or SMS this number to book LPG cylinders. The special thing is that now Indane customers will be able to book their LPG refill any time on any day.

For this, the customer has to call or SMS this number of Indane from his registered mobile number. To book a refill through SMS or WhatsApp, customers have to type refill from their registered mobile number to Indane's number.

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Banks Rules to upgrade:

Apart from this, from now on, many free services available in the banks are being charged. Today ie from November 1, the Bank of Baroda is implementing it, so many more banks including Bank of India, Punjab National Bank and Central Bank can implement it soon.

Under the new rules, the Bank of Baroda has now set different charges for customers' current account, cash credit limit and deposit withdrawal from overdraft account and deposit withdrawal from savings account.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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