Leading digital financial services platform, Paytm, on June 28 announced that it has revamped its LPG cylinder booking experience with new features along with exciting offers and cashback for the users.

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“Users can now pay through Paytm for bookings made through IVRS, missed calls or WhatsApp. This exclusive feature enables them to pay through Paytm even hours after booking a cylinder through any other platform or channel,” the company said on June 28.

The company has also announced an assured cashback of up to Rs 900 on three cylinder bookings for first-time users of LPG cylinder booking through the Paytm App. Users will also get assured points on every cylinder booked, which can be redeemed against their wallet balance & discount vouchers from popular brands. The offer is applicable on cylinder booking of all three major LPG companies – Indane, HP Gas, and BharatGas.

Customer will also have an option to pay later for cylinder booking by enrolling in Paytm Postpaid.

Paytm users can check prices before booking the cylinder and also redeem their IndianOil XTRAREWARDS Loyalty points.

An innovative feature now available on the Paytm app is the ability for users to track the delivery of their gas cylinder and also receive automated intelligent reminders for refills.

“Our hassle-free and simple booking process has made LPG cylinder booking an easier process. All that a user needs to do is go to the ‘Book Gas Cylinder’ tab, select the gas provider, enter Mobile No./LPG ID/consumer no., and then make the payment. The cylinder is delivered to the registered address by the nearest gas agency,” the company statement added.

“For us, LPG cylinder booking is a key focus area in the utility categories. We always thrive to bring innovations into the service and the new booking flow is yet another step in that direction. We understand our users’ needs and the recent features have been developed in line with the same after extensive research done by our product & technology teams,” a spokesperson of the company said.

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