Indane LPG refill booking through FB, Twitter launched

IOCL is the first company among the oil marketing companies to launch refill booking through social media

GN Bureau | December 12, 2017


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 IndianOil corporation (IOCL) has launched Indane LPG cylinder refill booking through social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.

Director (marketing) Gurmeet Singh emphasised on the need to leverage technology and the growing social media to provide simpler and effective options to customers to avail IOCL products. IndianOil is the first company among the oil marketing companies to launch refill booking through social media, providing the customers an additional option for booking.
 
Indane refill booking can be done through Facebook for the first time by following certain simple steps like opening Facebook app in the mobile, accessing IndianOil official page and clicking on “book now” option.
 

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